Hotel Anfa Port
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Finally we committed to getting beef. Lauren had identified a burger joint half an hour away and the thought of it turned both of our mouths into exploding fire hydrants of saliva. The walk was pleasant. We cut through a park with a busy café and past a variety of little city-scapes. Most of the buildings are white washed, but are far from being sterile. The splashes of palms and other lush trees bring ...
... building, huge! It was only built 21 years ago so very new by the standards of the last few days. Apparently it has cost US $4 billion so far! Something like 10,000 people worked on it and it took 6 years to build although still not quite finished. The chandeliers weigh 900kg. It is the third biggest mosque in the world after mecca and one other in Sri Lanka I think. There are two enormous rooms downstairs one each for men and woman, to wash in before they pray which is ...
... friend. The old guy once again walked us through the crazy aisles to a shop with strange jars of spices. Just before we got to the shop, a younger man tried soliciting us and the old guy got right in there arguing with him to get away. We realized then that the old guy was getting the commission on anything we bought since he directed us there. As scary as it was, he was our protector as sorts.
The petrouli offered her was a brick of ...
... the Hassan II Mosque. Built by KIng Hassan II to commerate his 60th Birthday, this enormous Mosque was funded by the public. It is fairly new having just been completed in 1993. It was designed by a French Architect (due the French influence or Morocco) and its location was chosen based on a Quaran verse which states "God's throne was built upon the water". It is the tallest building in the country and the ...
... as I’m able to broach subjects with him I’m usually not able to talk about here in Morocco. As we trudge along the beach, we talk about Moroccan culture, romance, religion, ambitions… The din of the Casa Rabat freeway can’t be heard, and thanks to the sand dunes blocking the view, we can almost convince ourselves we’re exploring and endless wild coastline…I find out that it’s actually less tiring to hike through ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility