Hotel Babel Nador

Address: Bd. Prince Sidi Mohamed, Oujda, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Bd. Prince Sidi Mohamed, Oujda.
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      Travel Blogs from Oujda

      3 hours to clear customs and passport control.

      A travel blog entry by mrushmere on Jun 04, 2014

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      ... go the other way! While waiting we watched the carrying of many products into Morocco by people (mules) loaded with toilet rolls, bottles of water, tins of food, car parts including wheels and tyres and rear seats! We later saw many of these items on sale at markets and shops later in the trip.
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      Family/Community Party

      A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 17, 2012

      10 photos

      ... of a henna station where Moroccan ladies experienced in henna volunteered to do henna for us. It is apparent that family is very important in the Moroccan culture through the way they interact with each other. Everyone was so loving and welcoming and really made us feel comfortable and at home. It was a great night and it was hard to accept that the night was coming to a close since we had such an amazing ...

      Soccer Game

      A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 10, 2012

      4 photos

      In the morning, Mr. and Mrs. Fajri took us out for breakfast. We went to a small cafe in Ahfir and the Fajirs treated us to Moroccan pancakes, a very popular breakfast in the country. They are very similar to pancakes we eat in America, but are much larger and square in shape. People also top Moroccan pancakes with honey ...

      Picnic!

      A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 08, 2012

      8 photos

      ... and also very fun to speak in a language we barely knew. Some people didn't quite understand us right away, but we tried our hardest to pronounce everything correctly. The streets in the city were great for roaming in; there were shops on both sides and we conveniently stopped in the ones we found appealing and bought ourselves some ...

      Our First Dinner

      A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 06, 2012

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      ... explained that Islam is the established religion in Morocco. Almost the entire population is Sunni Muslium. A small minority of the population who are not Muslium are either Chrisitan or Jewish. Maghrebians is the largest ethnic group in Morocco Mr. Fajri explained. It was very interesting to learn about different aspects of Moroccan culture during our first night in Morocco. It was a great way to start off our ...