Hotel Des Arts Suites & Spa
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Population: 4,000,000 (Approx)
The area around Casablanca was first settled by Phoenicians who founded a trading post there in the 7th century BC.
In the 7th century AD Casablanca was a small Berber settlement at the base of the Anfa hills but due to its excellent strategic position it was discovered and coveted by various foreign powers. In 1466 the town was sacked by ...
... will have dinner
and overnight in hotel or riad.
Day2: Exploring Fez
Your full-day will be in Fez with a
guided tour to discover the medina and the famous Souks of Fes. Next,
you will visit the most beautiful palaces and monuments of Fes.
Moreover, your tour will include a visit to the tannery and the ceramic
cooperative to see traditional Moroccan crafts.
Day 3: Fes – Azrou – Middelt – ...
... This is a completely different style mosque from the ones we saw in Turkey. Only one minaret and it is square. The pillars and arches and the detailed carvings on masonry and tile-work is impressive. We spent a good hour admiring every angle. The next mosque tour was at 3PM. We didn't wait.
Casablanca the Movie
On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at ...
... nap before walking back into the souks for dinner and to try and get our haggle on. Most of the afternoon Sim was being ripped on by the locals for the pants that he had bought, apparently they were ladies pants. The men only wear dull colours while the women wear the bright ones. But he was happy either way and didn't care. They are so cosy he says it's like wearing nothing at all and is going to keep wearing them. Day 8 - was the last "official" day of the tour even ...
We were instructed to remove our shoes for the tour inside the building. We encountered a massive marble structure where an area in the center had a glass floor showing the ocean beneath. There were rolls of carpet that were rolled out depending on the number of followers that arrive to pray. I know very little about the Muslim religion, but according to our guide, they pray 5 times a day. As the day unfolded, we heard the ...