Belere Rabat

33 Avenue Moulay Youssef , Rabat, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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Day 1 Rabat

A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff

No travel mishaps just a long day. We arrived in Casablanca in the very early morning and was met at the airport by our guide mustafa. After a short ride through Casablanca we stopped at a cafe on the Mediterranean and enjoyed the national drink, mint tea and some Moroccan cookies. From there we visited, outside only, the second largest mosques, …

Re-day

A travel blog entry by campelis

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Rewrite. Rewire. Reform. Rework.

Turned in my profile of Oumaima yesterday and had a peer review. It makes me reread my words from another perspective, an outside look in. I have to sit back down and rearrange. It's a re-day.

Remember.

I have to remember, in all I write, what I am truly writing about. What do I want to say in all I'm saying?

On top of journalism ...

Continuing Legacy of an Ancient Monarchy

A travel blog entry by gordon.ye

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... day's attractions will be in Rabat, Morocco's (diplomatic) capital. First we explored the Chellah city, a ruined Roman and Merinid city on the outskirts of Rabat. The city walls and gates are majestic and covered by fine arabesque carvings. Inside the walls there was an exquisite mosque ruin from the Merinid dynasty (13-15th centuries), with a finely tiled minaret. A flock of noisy storks has nested on top of the ruined masonry ...

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A travel blog entry by travelsofmary

6

... has been a saving grace.

Now enough of the sappy, bleeding heart stories. I have a couple of awesome anecdotes for all of you reading which involved me getting lost (of course) and being washed.
Let's start with my personal hammam (bath): I have two maids who speak Moroccan Arabic and a wee bit of French. Obviously the French doesn't help me because I never bothered to learn (subconsciously as a middle finger to the snobby French people) and ...

The Song of the Orphan

A travel blog entry by mchilds

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... of cold water to the face. Presto! Instant orphan tears.

A song that is the stuff of nightmares - Honestly, it's one of the creepiest songs I've ever heard. It moves in fourths and slowly increases in speed and volume the longer is goes on, occasionally moving up a half-step. There are no words, and for the majority of my first week I couldn't figure out where it was coming from. It just echoed around this small, steamy bathroom, bouncing off the tiles ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 33 Avenue Moulay Youssef , Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Downtown Rabat, National Archaeology Museum, and Oudaias Crafts Museum.
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