Hotel Atlas

Rue Ahmed Amraoui, Midelt, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Midelt


A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh


... to some other areas we had earlier seen. Progressing though this area, we then reached the "dry" area of Morocco, aka the desert. After a short picnic stop at a every picturesque location, we then progressed to our final destination for the day, Midelt. In the afternoon we walked through the local town and were welcomed into a local Berber family's home for tea and biscuits. It was fantastic seeing ...

Embroidery and mud houses

A travel blog entry by alchandler

... the lowers Atlas Mountains. We finally arrived at our hotel. This area grows apricots, apples and also walnuts. We walked along the gorge down to the local Berber village. Berber people are the traditional tribal people of morocco. While there has been many levels of occupation of morocco by the French, Spanish and Arab countries, te Berber people would retreat to the mountains and have managed to survive. The flag is light blue (sky), light green ( land) and light ...

A look at the Atlas

A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul

... great views out to the mountains. After checking in we drive back,through the town and out to what is considered countryside for a walk through old forts, fields of agriculture and many villagers along the way. It is quite an enjoyable afternoon which culminates in a walk up a rocky hill to enjoy spectacular views across the countryside. Dinner tonight is back at the hotel and once again Tagine is on the menu, but I manage to get myself a chicken & vegetable ...

Maroc The Green

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo


... for me too - you know how I like to stand around...) There are two couples from Australia, a couple from the States, another from Windsor, Ontario, and me, but I don't feel the least left out - it is a very inclusive group.

Although some of the sights in Morocco are similar (e.g. Roman ruins etc), there is always something new and different to discover. After 3 countries that were mainly desert - although they were spectacular ...

Day in Midelt

A travel blog entry by lynruskin


... a goat had been skinned but was hanging with its head on. We had a Morrocan BBQ and must admit it was delicious, lamb chops with onions and tomatoes. Next stop was Midelt, a smallish market town nestled between the Altas and High Atlas Mtns, pop 80000, height 1500m. The wind was blowing and because it is so dry and barren there was a real dust haze. Hit the jackpot with our hotel room much to the horror of ...


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