Dar Rocmarra

Address: Derb el Halfaoui, 29, Bab Doukkala, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Derb el Halfaoui, 29, Bab Doukkala, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Southern Morocco

    A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Jun 11, 2015

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    ... of us had lunch at the Loft café, where the food was good & the music in the background wasn’t bad either. It wasn’t Moroccan music, but very western. I tagged along with a couple of the young ladies in my group for a while as they did some shopping. They thought I was very patient. Then I climbed a tower by the port & walked along the beach. Essaouria is known as the windy city, which makes it perfect for kite surfing. I watched dozens of ...

    Flight to Milan

    A travel blog entry by nfannin on Jun 02, 2015

    ... was quite a process and at some point she pulled out bottoms off as well and laughed when we were awkward and trying to be modest. It's so interesting since anywhere else you see women fully covered. Many of them even wear gloves and socks so none of their skin shows. But they do the Hammam once a week with eachother and are very exposed. She rinsed us off again and then washed our hair. It was great. Then we put robes on and sat and relaxed for a little before ...

    Travel from Rabat to Fes

    A travel blog entry by nfannin on Jun 01, 2015

    ... but a lady was sitting on both even though she was petit). After a few stops there were only three others in our compartment. A sister and brother spoke decent English and chatted with us. Along with the petit lady who spoke Spanish to us so we could understand her. It's incredible how people from Morocco know so many languages. They teased us for coming here without knowing some Arabic or French but they were nice. The landscape we rode past was beautiful. ...

    Second time round; a different impression

    A travel blog entry by spikidle on May 23, 2014

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    ... find one of the more popular fountains but it alas proves elusive. After wards we just got lost, intentionally, in the souqs looking at various bit and pieces. There is actually quite a lot of good stuff but also quite clearly a bit of **** stuff from Asia (not that I have any problem with Asian products just disappointing to see Moroccan products produced elsewhere and some of those trades will no doubt at some stage be lost - particularly things done by hand).
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    I bless the rains down in Africa!

    A travel blog entry by cortrhys.ward on Aug 11, 2013

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    ... The spot was connected one of the main beaches, but was hidden around a Grotto, so depending on the time and tide, it would depend how busy it was. Today the tide was relatively low, meaning it was quite busy, which was good, as it gave the shoreline a buzz. Following a couple of hours there, we headed back and checked in before heading back out to one of the English style pubs to watch Liverpool vs Aston Villa. It was good relaxing, watching the soccer (a sport Cam is slowly ...