Farah Hotel

Address: Place Sidi Makhlouf, Rabat, 10000, Morocco | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Place Sidi Makhlouf, Rabat, is near Mausoleum of Mohammad V, Kasbah des Oudaias, Medina of Rabat, and Chellah.
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Travel Blogs from Rabat

The Ministery of Justice and life on the edge

A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Oct 01, 2014

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... consisted of a list of names and topics. Apparently being on the minutes was a big thing. Then suddenly it was over and we were offered tea and more sweets. We felt tired and warm and tried to hail a cab. Black government cars drove by. An attendee at the meeting stopped and kindly offered us a ride to the hotel. There we got in to our casual outfit and sat down to get the tension off. The hotel offers various restaurants and we ...

To much fun to blog

A travel blog entry by deeliteful on Sep 22, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... the 3rd biggest mosque in Morocco yesterday and the only one that we are allowed to go into. Such a hilight for me. BEAUTIFUL. Sadly we couldn't go and have a drink at Rick's Bar from the movie 'Casablanca'...disappointed, but I got to see it from outside. We arrived in Rabat late yesterday afternoon and had a lovely dinner at a typical Morrocan restaurant .. ...

The Boring Capital?

A travel blog entry by spikidle on May 31, 2014

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... the places I have been in Morocco I would actually considering living here.

We make our way from the train station towards the Medina and towards our accommodation: Riad El Bir. We are very happy on our arrival. Its not quite as nice as the first one we stayed at in Marrakesh but very similar and as the owner/host is French is a bit more outgoing and we end up just chatting for probably an hour or so ...

Oh, the People

A travel blog entry by campelis on Apr 03, 2014

... br> There is so much to say about Rap in Morocco, hence the decision to write an intensive article on it. The lack of freedom of expression, the sell-outs, the youtube stars, the security issues, but really....that music. It beats the people. It is the people. Drizzy had the crowd because he knew how to put to words what they all had in them. He spoke their language and their tone. The crowd was a part of his show.

After the concert, there's more information, ...

November 12 -Rabat/Meknes

A travel blog entry by jeankiwilush on Nov 12, 2013

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... to say French is the spoken language here. Its kind of fun to see how much French we remember from school. The simple things come fairly quickly but when they begin to engage in conversation...that is when it gets confusing. Can pick up a few words here and there but I figured out by letting them know I could speak only, 'un petit francais' they would be patient. Mind you, their english wasn't necessary easy to understand either. ...