Club Val d'Anfa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Val d'Anfa Hotel Casablanca
Great hotel, only 6km walk from city centre along the corniche. Rooms clean, spacious with very comfortable bed and pillows! Well equipped with several dining options and bars, along with a pool. After seeing the city centre definitely prefer the option of staying by the coast .
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We have had a wonderful day, but absolutely knackered. Started the morning at one of the cafes overlooking the ocean, I had Tagine khlii aux ouefs ( salted beef with eggs) eggs were baked in a tagine with an egg bake. The beef was strong but very enjoyable, Sean had a semolina bread, which was extremely dry, was served with oil and honey, this was …
... But I think far more goats and lambs ended up in tajine pots. Leaving behind their leather. And a large industry of leather working.
4) Art and architecture.
What traveller from The West can fail to be entranced by the beauty of Islamic architecture? I don't think we saw anything here we hadn't previously seen in the Alhambra in Grenada, but then the Alhambra was a continuation of this same Moorish culture merging mathematics, ...
... exception of its freshness there really wasn't anything special about it. It cost 80 dirhams, and the sneaky waiter even charged me salad and bread, which should've come free. I suppose that getting exploited while traveling alone in Morocco is also part of the experience. The Mauresque-styled hotel that I am staying at is reasonably comfortable, but the haunting images of shanty towns that I had passed by from the airport revealed the dilapidation ...
... 8216;No, thanks’, he had the cheek to respond with, ‘Look! You’re not even looking…!’
We had decided to head for the great Hassan II mosque. Once we finally reached the main road, the sign stated that the mosque was 2.5km. (1.5 miles) It was almost 12 noon. To break the journey up we planned to stop at Rick’s café as it is on the way. If we decide to visit on the way back, we may get there after it closes as we did during our ...
... to pouring it in the glass to ensure it is properly aerated.
After the souk, we headed to the HASSAN II Mosque. This is a relatively new mosque (finished in 1993) and they claim it is the 3rd largest in the world (Wikipedia says it is the 7th). Its minaret is the world’s tallest, though. To give you an idea of just big it is, 105,000 people can gather here. Non-Muslims are allowed inside at 4 specific times during the day for 45 ...