Hotel Ain Asserdoun

Address: Avenue Mohamed V, Beni Mellal, 23 000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenue Mohamed V, Beni Mellal.
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Travel Blogs from Beni Mellal

Over the hills and far away!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 07, 2014

18 photos

... from the campsite to the village. Freshly laid paving stones with deep pits big enough to swallow a person at regular intervals with no cones, tape, signs of any kind and this is exactly what I mean by under-regulated. So what happens is that you learn fast that this is the norm in Morocco and you quickly take responsibility for yourself rather than expecting someone else to take care of your safety and protect you from every known and potential ...

The Cascades of Ouzoud

A travel blog entry by robinandjulie on Apr 13, 2013

90 photos

... As we needed to reach the airport at Marrakech the next day and had a couple of visits planned on route, we told him we would not have time. He looked uncomfortable, and offered to show us a route that would avoid the worst of the crowds. We accepted, aware that this was going to cost us!

He was right about the crowds. It was chaos as we approached. He took us past the tourist car parks, shouting short Berber phrases at the numerous locals who insisted ...

Over the mountains

A travel blog entry by tsjackson on Dec 02, 2011

9 photos

... a glimpse into the past. Buildings made of dried mud and straw create the unique and beautiful architecture that makes this the most well preserved Kasbah in Morocco. The structures cover the whole side of the hill with buildings stacked on buildings, and narrow pathways intersecting each other creating a maze up the side of the hill. From Ait Benhaddou, we headed straight for the majestic, snow capped High Atlas mountains. Through ...

Monkeys and a waterfall

A travel blog entry by aeriol on Sep 03, 2010


... worried as they didn’t give us menus but just started bring us food. I only had 110D with me, and the guide was 40. Food normally starts at 60 for a very plain meal and goes up so I grabbed my guide and let him know the deal. He said that was fine.

I had seen them pouring water into the clay cookers and I had a feeling it WASN’T bottled water… I was hoping it was boiled in the clay pots.

The meal was freakin delicious. Moroccan salad. (I know I ...

Lake Tislite

A travel blog entry by dani.bora on Sep 03, 2008

... see it now, was profoundly inspired by this very passage. And this was the revelation, almost an epiphany if you will, that gently but firmly I had: I wonder how much this sponge image has influenced, unconsciously or subconsciously, my life ever since I the first time I read about it as a young and cocky 15-year-old student. For the past decade I elected Experience as the central pillar of my personal values, the main direction in my life path. ...