Golden Tulip Farah Khouribga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Tulip Farah Khouribga Casablanca
Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... arriving with the Roman expansion into the Mediterranean that brought Jews to the shores of today's France and Spain. But the numbers grew after the millennium as Jews and Muslims moved here, away from the advancing Catholics in Iberia. Many, unwelcome in Muslim cities, moved to rural areas and so began the strange weaving of Jewish and Berber peoples with significant numbers of Berbers accepting Judaism as their religion. But the numbers of Jews really swelled ...
... got him to show us some more sights such as the Catholic cathedral,
court house, city hall and down the aforesaid boulevards. We left
him at the Medina and wound our way through all the souvenir shops.
Roger had his $7 haircut from the very courteous Abdul. A point of
note was that we felt far less threatened here than in say Durban.
in all, Casablanca was a pleasant surprise – clean(ish), modern,
interesting with friendly people.
... times. What I would say is that they are very verbal (well apart from the bus driver) and we never felt threatened ourselves but man they can throw a stop - move over Italians! There were not really any major downsides for us. We were sometime frustrated with taxi drivers and certainly restaurant billing - or more precisely over billing - in the north and delays in travel but these are more minor inconveniences that I do not hold whole countries accountable for! ...
... not a happy one. A sullen Mohamed did not speak a word and as we hurtled along with the windows fully open, blasting us with white hot heat. "Where was this exotic Berber man from the desert?" we wondered. "And what happened to our air-conditioned car?"
We also both silently wondered what on earth we were doing in the country. If only we had known at the time that our Mohamed was to take us to fantastic places we could have never dreamed of ...
... self-disapiline, sacrifice and empathy. It is also said to cleanse the body of impurities. Unfortunately, because 99.9% of the Moroccan population are Muslim, all the restaurants will be closed down during the daylight hours. So unless we can find a supermarket we will be forced to participate in ramadan too!
We checked in to our accommodation for the night. It was like entering a time warp. Our room had a small box TV and a toilet with a chain ...