Barcelo Casablanca Hotel
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... their taste. From one of the restaurants I bought an Egg and Tomato Dish that was fried in olive oil that was very tasty. Some of the goods that caught my eye did not become possession because I perceived the airport would not allow me to board with certain items. When we compared the items we bought we saw that we both bought cool items but paid too much for them because we were novices at haggling. Some of the ...
... or have visited we both actually knew very little about it. Of course places such as Marrakesh and Fez were familiar to me as was Casablanca [well at least the names] but beyond that I would have struggled to tell you any other major city in the country. Researching a bit more I came across the Kasbahs although to be fair on departing to Morocco I still was not sure what they really were [and to a degree that still holds true] and the interesting and varied nature that ...
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... to flush. The accommodation is situated in the middle of what feels like a very dirty construction sight. Our rooms are reasonably clean but everything is so old or broken. Our front door will not close unless it is locked because it looks like the door was kicked in at one point. The paint work really needs to be redone and there is a cockroach in the shower. I just pray that there are no bed bugs! Too tired to care we kicked in the bucket for the ...
... down to enjoy a pizza, and just relax and enjoy the vibe a bit. On down the road, the highway narrows, and suddenly all the upscale developments disappear. All there is is open countryside, farmland and an occasional humble abode. But, strangely I feel much safer now, even though if something were to go wrong here, there'd be no one to come to my aid. See, typically, places where everybody is "poor" are safe--in these place people are just focused on working ...