Hotel Atlas

Address: 50 Rue Sidi Bouloukate Riad Zitoun lakdim, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 50 Rue Sidi Bouloukate Riad Zitoun lakdim, Marrakech, is near Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech Souk, Saadian Tombs, and Chez Ali.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Spicing up our Life

    A travel blog entry by tonezf on Apr 18, 2015

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    ... awaits. As there is a road blocked off we have to transfer our bags to an old man (he was at least 80) who wheelbarrows them along. He did get rather cheeky asking for a lot of money at the end. At least he didn't keel over - I'd feel terrible. We head out for dinner on a rooftop over Marrakech ahead of our departure the following day.

    What would be the point, you say, in going to Morocco and buying spices without whipping up a feast in ...

    How Do They Find These Places

    A travel blog entry by chuck.kirchner on Apr 15, 2015

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    After two nights in Zagora, we started our way back northwest and ended up again in the seeming middle of nowhere. Our accomodations, the Kasbah Air Ben Damietta, was a wonderful place, run by a French woman; so the cuisine de haute was French - steak!

    We also stopped at the Atlas Movie Studio outside of, here comes that name again, Ouarzazate. Lawrence of Arabia, Cleopatra, and Patton, among other, were filmed, at least in part, here.
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    Medina madness

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 06, 2015

    ... stunning Arabic script. It was an intoxicating place to stop and stare around.

    After a spot of lunch, we took the plunge and stepped through a narrow wooden doorway into the souks. The clattering of hammers on metal told us before we even arrived, that we had found the Metal workers' souk. Each trade is clustered into a series of workshops and stalls in dedicated areas of the maze-like area. Men were busy pounding metal into a variety of shapes, ready for ...

    On the Marrakech Express

    A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Mar 11, 2015

    11 photos

    ... a tagine. It is all lovely but does contain some challenges such as lamb's brain and cow liver. I have a little go at both. They would be very good but I've still got to get over the "yuck" factor with offal. For the main we have Tangia, the local speciality for two people. It is lamb cooked in a sealed urn. It is far too much, especially after all those starters and we do not really do it ...

    Staying With a Fulbright Scholar in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Mar 06, 2012

    48 photos

    ... scholarship to teach Arabic in a university in the United States. After the Fulbright committee accepted his application, Adil received a teaching assistantship from Brown University. He went there to teach Arabic to undergraduates, and to take humanities courses taught in English, for a period of one year.

    During his program, Adil joined the Muslim students association at Brown and met graduate students from around the Middle East. He also traveled through the East coast ...