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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The Haggle of Morocco

A travel blog entry by theactrip on Nov 26, 2014

7 photos

... their taste. From one of the restaurants I bought an Egg and Tomato Dish that was fried in olive oil that was very tasty. Some of the goods that caught my eye did not become possession because I perceived the airport would not allow me to board with certain items. When we compared the items we bought we saw that we both bought cool items but paid too much for them because we were novices at haggling. Some of the ...

Bonjour a Maroc

A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 15, 2014

9 photos

... Eunice looks like a thin Colin Kaepernick with glasses, and he was so kind and welcoming that we felt comfortable with him right away. He grabbed my bag and we started down the hill to our dar. The main two roads of the medina are called Tala'a Kbira and Tala'a Sghira (translating roughly to "steep hill road" and "less steep hill road", respectively) and both are no more than 10 feet wide at the widest part. We took the one on the right, Sghira, and headed around several ...

At long last I make it to Morocco

A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 29, 2014

24 photos

715 start to make the most of the day. 12 hour tour covering both Casablanca and Rabat. We had been warned that some of the busses weren't air conditioned but the bus was very good, plenty of leg room also. The only negative was that the English was mixed with the German and I find that a very unattractive language to listen to. Casablanca has more than 5m people and is one of the largest artificial ports in the world and one of the largest and busiest in Africa. ...

Chaotic Casablanca

A travel blog entry by brownsltd on May 25, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... with their big urn.

The mosque spire dominated the skyline and the mosaic work looked amazing... It was only as we drew closer the sheer size of this massive structure became clear, a vast forecourt filled with people all in awe of this stunning building which juts out into the Atlantic.

Continuing along the coast we ventured back into the medina and actually found our way back to the other side and the correct entrance without ...

Casablanca to Rabat

A travel blog entry by galin1961 on May 12, 2014

27 photos

... to the sea. It is the only mosque that allows tourists into it. We are driving to Rabat now. In Rabat we saw the tomb of king Mohammed 5 th. He fought for moroccos independence from France and won it in 1956. He died in 1961. Lunch at a restaurant by the sea, a plate of seafood to share with fruit salad for dessert. I'm going to have to work on feeding ...