Barcelo Casablanca Hotel
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realy i was super satisfied during my sejour in this hotel
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... tried to get men from the audience to make a spectacle of themselves and dance with her and without a belly full of booze. No way Mohammed.
A very early start with departure at 7:00 am. Marakeech is in a 35 year drought as evidenced by more dead olive trees. Apparently temperatures here can reach 55 C during summer (Jul/Aug). The country is arid and parched. It is flat treeless plain. People are making hay manually. Plains give way to hills with lots of stone ruins of ...
... out on huge bright blue trays filled with colourful platters of amazing looking food. The people here were smart and hip, the waiters full of energy and smiles. Back down to the working port, checking out a few cafes and restaurants and watching the men fix nets. So far I could easily have bought a leather jacket, teapots, light shades, mirrors, bags...without even really looking for anything to buy....and that's before we even start looking at plates and tangines ...
... one of the largest in Africa. The population grew quickly and by 1912 was 59,000.
From 1915 the French architect Henri Prost set about planning a new city with wide boulevards lined with apartment buildings to house a population of 70,000. By 1950 Casablanca was booming and had a population of nearly 1,000,000.
Today Casablanca is the country's centre for trade, industry and finance and it also houses the stock exchange. It is an ...