Hotel Des Arts Suites & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
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... you'd move your wallet to your front pocket or sling your handbag across your chest when walking in crowded places - I do that on Granville Island - but we never felt unsafe. Not in daylight with dozens of strangers jostling against us and not at nighttime in dark alleys with a few men hanging out in doorways. True, we wouldn't recommend Morocco to single female travellers - we've read too many bad accounts - but we had not one scary experience. (That is, unless you ...
... building in the world.
We walked around the outside on this architectural masterpiece, admiring the intricate patterns and stone work. A door was open so, not being able to resist an open door, I stuck my head in to have a look. I saw a beautiful interior before one of the guardians said something and beckoned me back across a line just as the Imam started calling his flock to prayer. It was just before 2pm. The guardian pointed to his watch and said ...
... traveling in the new city going toward the old city. The buildings were modern, then we came to the Art Deco area (colonial style). We drove to the ocean, and then we drove along the ocean to the old area. From that area we had a beautiful view of the Hassan the Second Mosque. It appeared to be floating on the Ocean. We passed the old lighthouse and then drove to the Corniche. This is the very upscale section of Casablanca, right on ...
... painted in traditional geometric prints. It felt like a hidden treasure chest of architecture behind an unassuming stone wall down a quiet alley. It made me wonder other gorgeous architectural wonders were hidden behind the plain exterior walls of the medina. I couldn't wait to find out.
We dropped all of our bags and sat down on the banquette-style sofa in the great room, happy to finally be at our destination. Our other friends from South Africa, who had ...
... to the religion. The mosque cost 1 billion euro's to build about 20 years ago. From the mosque we passed by Rick's bar which is famous from the film Casablanca. Then it was on to Fatima area, which is the oldest area of Casablanca. Finally it was on to a market. Unfortunately there were lots of beggars and undesirable characters around and it was a relief to get back on the bus and back to the ship. While the name Casablanca contours up visions of a very exotic location it ...