Hotel Anfa Port
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... the rest of their country; this suited the Germans as they would rather have men in combat taking over the world than standing guard over what they had already taken.....and this is where Casablanca and the Yanks come into the story.
... would have been my parents generation, and it was strange to hear how our well educated guide had accepted and endorsed this way of life. Walking through the historical sites was okay, but we were all more interested in getting to the spice market. Once again this was a cooperative where a community is involved, and the quality is guaranteed. A brief explanation of spices and how they are used, followed by demonstrations of massages using some argon oils, and then it was ...
... list of do overs. I think my favorite highlights were the Chella in Rabat, the ruins in Volubilis, the Medina in Fez and the High Atlas Mountains. Unfortunately, there were things I did that, had I been given sufficient time to actually plan this trip, would not have been included in my itinerary (that horrible trip to the desert and the stop in Erfoud for example). However, sometimes you have to go with the flow and figure out contingencies when plans get messed up ...
... million. As we entered the area, we were awed by the view, as the ocean can be seen through the many arches. Partially built on the Atlantic, it is a spectacular blend of classical Islamic and Moroccan influences with modern elements too. Huge amounts of marble were used for its structure and pillars with complex mosaics, ornate sculpted moldings, etc.
Some people visited ‘Rick’s Café’ from the Casablanca movie, but it is not ...
... It's a pedestrian-only maze of shops and food stands that seems to stretch forever. You can buy virtually anything in the medina -- I saw elegant dresses, shoes, t-shirts, nuts, fruit, meat, foot oil, spices, even a shop selling electric fans. After we left the medina, we headed for the train back to Casablanca. It was dark when we arrived in the city, and we were tired when we got back to the apartment. Sunday's Moroccan adventure was still ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility