Hotel d'Alsace

Boulevard Hassan II , Rabat, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rabat

Dolphin Teeth and Sandy Shoes

A travel blog entry by campelis

... good looking people 'salty'. Today, I'm 'salty'.

We met with Sultana today, who is a popular female rap artist here. She writes about political, social and human rights issues and has such a passion for what she does and what it means. It has spurred ideas as well as rekindled my musical spirit.

I wish I had more time to write. Time to write about things I want to as opposed to always having things I'm 'supposed' to write about. The two are often ...

Tout en Français

A travel blog entry by maggiedavies


... For the last two days I helped out in the kitchen/restaurant they run which teaches job skills. We prepared food, served customers, cleaned, and everything ran very smoothly. It was entirely new to me as I've never been behind the scenes at a restaurant, let alone one staffed by handicapped individuals. Frankly they had more experience there than I did. But as I learn the ropes I will be able to help out more and more. Friday afternoon ...

Chasing the Sun

A travel blog entry by campelis


The plane ride from Chicago to Paris was beautiful.

The roads beneath me divided the windy city below into quadrants as the sun set on the edge of the horizon. The roar of the turbine outside my window lulled me into a nostalgia. A few plastic plates later and the clouds began to glow from their bellies. As we dropped beneath them, the winding, orange glowing streets of Pari danced across the ground. ...

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A travel blog entry by travelsofmary


... snapping at everyone to shut up. Not the greatest way to leave behind my family, but they know I love them.

Nothing too exciting happened the first week or so here. I moved in with my host family, who are simply amazing. Not to brag or anything, but I have my own room which is cleaned every day, every meal is homemade (and when I say homemade, even the cheese, bread jam, etc. is made in that kitchen. The mint leaves come from the garden. You can taste the ...

The Song of the Orphan

A travel blog entry by mchilds


Let's talk for a minute about the sounds of the orphanage. My first few days there, the bathing room was just a cacophony. I couldn't really make out anything in particular, even when someone was trying to get my attention. Now it all sounds familiar and I can pick out a few of the more important noises. For example:

Jamal's laugh - A very distinctive laugh, and quite contagious. However, while in the bathing room, one's first reaction to this sound should be ...


This hotel, located on Boulevard Hassan II , Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Downtown Rabat, National Archaeology Museum, and Oudaias Crafts Museum.
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