Hotel Balima

283 Ave Mohammed V, Rabat, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by maggiedavies


... helped out a sports class with its 'Intro to Judo' lesson. Meanwhile I am taking every chance to go out and explore. I can now make my way through the twisty roads of the medina without getting lost. And today I did some sightseeing with a fellow Thaqafat participant (I'm one of only three-it's the off season). After walking around for hours the boots I just bought are definitely broken in! I am determined not to miss anything while I'm ...

That Baby So Fat, It Look Like A Turkey

A travel blog entry by mchilds


There aren't actually any babies at the orphanage so fat they look like turkeys. Actually, it turns out that there aren't even any babies in our area. The kids that I thought were two years old are five, and the kid I thought was five is eight. Jamal, whom I thought was probably about sixteen, is thirty-one. I still call them all kids, because it's easier, but I'm second-guessing all of my assumptions about their ages. The title comes from one of the other volunteers who teaches ...


A travel blog entry by laurenmw

... from my students and what I have gotten to observe not just as tourist here but as a temporary resident of this fascinating city. My view of Rabat has changed immensely also due to my experiences outside of the capital where modernization has evidently progressed at a much slower speed than in the liberal, commercialized capital. As I have said before, Rabat is truly reminiscent of a European city. However, elements of traditional Moroccan life can be seen ...

Blissfully ignored in Rabat, Morocco

A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global


... lined road called Avenue Mohammad V, where people were strolling around at night, so it was a nice rest to people watch. From there we started to walk back towards our place, when we grabbed a couple of bottles of wine to share with our hosts. With couchsurfing we feel it is important to give something to your hosts, as you are staying there for free. Some people may cook food, bring wine, ...

A Love Letter to Morocco

A travel blog entry by kristinrust


... night in Marrakech when I entered the Jemma el Fna; I felt tingly with a perma-grin plastered to my face. It was love at first sight.

You have many personalities, Morocco, which keeps me on my feet. The nighttime you in Marrakech is on fire; the dreamy you in Essaouira is just that, dreamy; in Rabat you are progressive and ready for new things; in the desert you are quiet and reflecting; and in Fes you are old worldly, a suggestion of ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 283 Ave Mohammed V, Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Downtown Rabat, National Archaeology Museum, and Oudaias Crafts Museum.
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