Centre La ForÍt

Address: Ain Tizgha - km13, Casablanca, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ain Tizgha - km13, Casablanca, is near Old Medina of Casablanca, New Medina of Casablanca, Square of Mohammed V, and Royal Palace of Casablanca.
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Morocco in the rear-view mirror

A travel blog entry by aviruthia on May 31, 2015

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... 18th century grave of Rabbi Haim Ben Diouane and the graves of three of his devoted students. A humble and reverential structure. I leave a stone in respect. (Should I have bought a Ben Diouane candle the other night?) But behind me? Behind me is this great modern reception hall, gleaming white with rows of shiny chairs and tables and a well-speakered sound system. Sure looks better than the social hall at the Marrakech cemetery! This place looks like it does weddings ...

Marakeech to Rabat

A travel blog entry by dles3222 on May 29, 2015

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... to build,it is built on 9,000 HA butting into the Atlantic. 25 k people can pray inside and 100 k outside the Mosque. All materials are sourced from Morocco except the white Carrera marble. It's roof opens (in 3 minutes) It cost E3 Billion. Entrance fee is Dmr 120 $A18 pp. It is the most beautiful modern building I have ever seen. The wow factor is 100+ out of 10. Superlative count - maybe 1200 verbals.
We pass the King of Saudi Arabia's little holiday pile overlooking ...

Strolling in Casablanca

A travel blog entry by mengyoujia on Apr 19, 2015

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... from nearby tables. I felt fantastically out-of-place! Should've turned home after such a feast but my greedy soul made me take a turn into Marché Central, a bustling market selling fruits, seafood (saw a fish head of no less than forty pounds), and varied souvenirs. About a dozen restaurants surround the market, alluring passers by to sit at one of their outdoor tables. I didn't plan to stay for a bite but lingered for just a bit too long to listen ...

Bonjour a Maroc

A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 15, 2014

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... the platform, several people would just cross the tracks to get to the platform they wanted to be on.

I didn’t know what the restroom situation would be like on the train (it ended up being fine), so I used the restroom at the station and was surprised upon walking in to see two women squatting on the floor eating sandwiches and having a pot of tea. I wasn’t sure why that couldn’t happen outside because they didn’t appear to be ...

On the Way to Morocco

A travel blog entry by rovinsil on Oct 04, 2014

... the fact that the first leg of our journey was on a Qantas flight to Melbourne where we would then transfer to Qatar Air for the remainder of the trip, it suddenly occurred to me that the Qantas flight was a domestic flight and therefore would depart from the Domestic Terminal. A quick check of our tickets confirmed that indeed this was the case. So lucky were we that we hadn't yet arrived at the International Terminal where ...