Barcelo Casablanca Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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realy i was super satisfied during my sejour in this hotel
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... built around an open air courtyard. Even houses will have this layout which provides fresh air and sunlight to each room. However, this open air design can be problematic during a rain. Can you imagine moving from the kitchen to dining area or bedroom to bath without getting wet?
Bags dropped off in our rooms, we left for a seafood lunch and then explored the city. This region of Morocco is known for its Thuja (pronounced twee-ya) wood and Argan ...
... and decided to follow another recommendation for dinner..this time to a lively bar & restaurant with mixed food options. Brendan navigated, and I trusted him till we got off the tram and had to walk through a very dodgy, dark deserted neighbourhood... However held on tight and sure enough in bright lights, right around the corner, there was Bodega. Really small smoky bar, tapas and great drinks, chatty table companions and the Canada v France on the big screens. Made ...
Well today was a day of travel but it was still full of stories. We gathered at the hotel to leave at 8.40 this morning but there was no bus or tour guide. They both eventually arrived and we left at 9.30. It was a completely different group apart from Jamie and Ben- again nearly all from South America and Mexico. We were then told that this guide was only taking us to meet the ferry to Morocco & the Mr Soussi would be our ...
... the Hotel La Saisons, was centrally located a block from the old medina and our room was delightful. We checked in, dumped our bags and went for a walk before deciding on a restaurant for dinner where we enjoyed our first traditional Moroccan meal and a few G & T's. Heading back to the hotel it was not long before it was lights out, our thirty one hour transit having caught up with us. The bed was so comfortable and just perfect after such ...
... bitter taste in our mouths.
Carthage airport is very close to the city and we had plenty of time to cash our remaining Dinar. Alan queued up at a Currency Exchange Counter but when he was finally seen to, the official told him he had to proceed to another counter where he again lined up for over 30 minutes.
The queues to the Immigration Counter were also huge. As we were travelling Business Class, we lined up at the Priority Fast ...