Dar Zemora

Address: Rue el Aandalib, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Rue el Aandalib, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Hammam Ziani, Arsat Moulay Abdeslam Cyber Park, and Ali Ben Youssef Mosque.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Medina madness

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 06, 2015

    ... paths that crisscrossed perfectly manicured gardens of trees, shrubs and cacti from all over the world. Jacques Majorelle was considered one of the most important collectors of plants of all time, with hundreds of species on show, helpful diagrams naming each plant and it's origin. Spiny cactuses sprawled across the ground, while huge palms shaded the paths from the sun. Delicate trickling fountains dotted the gardens at different points, and we meandered along through ...

    La Mamounia

    A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Mar 12, 2015

    18 photos

    ... give up. Next is a shop selling argon oil, spices,etc. We get a long entertaining spiel from young shop owner. We buy oil, saffron, ras al hanout, etc. We are back to the hotel by one o'clock. We go down to the pool. It is pleasantly warm by now. We have a club sandwich at the sun lounger and a Casablanca beer. In the early evening we go for a walk to see the square at night. Just after we have left the hotel gate we hear "Hello. You ...

    Staying With a Fulbright Scholar in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Mar 06, 2012

    48 photos

    March 1-6

    The first twenty minutes that I spent in Marrakech were indicative of the rest of my experience in the city. After spending five minutes trying to get a decent price on a cab into the medina, the old city, I stopped by one of the hostels that I had located online.

    Upon arriving to the medina I was approached by a guy who was about my age who wanted to show me to my hostel. I told him that I already have directions, and don't need any help, but thanks. He ...

    "Oh My God it's Barbie/Britney/Shakira"

    A travel blog entry by kim_puravida on Apr 16, 2011

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... Juice in the Djemma el-Fna was a particular favourite of mine, and there were multiple carts completely stacked with oranges to choose from.

    Other things that filled the Djemaa el-Fna square were henna tattoo artists set up under umbrellas with Moroccan women desperately coming up to us and/or pleading for business, potion purveyors, "dentists", and of course the motorbikes, donkey carts and pedestrians.

    One act that we noticed whilst having lunch on the ...

    Would you like some couscous with that couscous?

    A travel blog entry by travellingtans on Jul 08, 2010

    52 photos

    ... landed in Morocco, I was expecting a smorgasboard of exotic foods, intoxicating spices and culinary delights. Instead all I got were the same 3 dishes everywhere we went. We’d have a tagine for one meal, couscous for another and keftas for the third option. A tagine is a meat dish that is slow cooked in a special tagine bowl with vegetables. The couscous is semolina wheat that is moistened and rolled into fine grains. The grains are usually steamed and ...