Atlas Les Almohades Casablanca
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It was nearly time to say goodbye to Spain and we were determined to make the most of our last hours in Barcelona. Having finally learnt from experience, we pre booked our tickets to Sagrada Familia and the towers and headed by cab to the area for a quick breakfast before it opened. The cab ride from our hotel to this area at 8am was 5 euro - in contrast, the return journey at 11am was 15 euro! I wish the locals stayed in bed longer; we would certainly save more money. We had ...
... we all had a stop. It was really slow going. When we got to Rabat the capital of Morocco we went to the King Mohamed 5 mauseleum. It was quite amazing & isn't usually open on a Friday so Mr Soussi said to make sure we went inside first. Which was really lucky because after 5 minutes they closed it. Then we went outside & there were hundreds of roman pillars all in front of it. As we were standing there there was a call ...
... to one about 100m up the road, as this was where we would be meeting our group as part of the Intrepid tour. This was a more expensive hotel, but we immediately missed the one we had just left. The new one was smaller, had twin beds and no Wi-Fi. We wouldn't be hanging out in it for long, so no real complaints; just a slight confusion about how these things are priced.
Since we had squandered so much of our time in Casablanca already and this would be our ...
... to life. It may not be Paris (I'll let you know), but it has a charm.
The burger joint was hipster with a lot of young couples staring dreamily into each others eyes as they crammed fat stacks of meat into their mouths. The burgers we had were either delicious or merely adequate and our desperation turned them into paragons of culinary delight. Either way we left fat and happy, strolling back in the fading light. ...
... course, it's all just for looks... go inside and the old medina is as run down as it's always been--but hey, at least Casablanca is showing it cares a little bit about its image!) On down the road there are two new malls--one of which claims to be the biggest mall in Africa. it's actually quite impressive as malls go, with a giant aquarium in the center (which you can actually dive in) a dancing fountain at night, and an enormous food court with everything from Thai ...