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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bouregreg Rabat
All hotels in Rabat are expensive
This very downmarket and old place is expensive for what you get
But the room is clean
Breakfast is adequate
About 15 minutes walk from the railway station
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... and she was one of the nicest ladies I've ever met. What I found interesting about our family is that although we were promised an English speaker in the house, we didn't get one... Her 14 year old daughter knew limited French (I don't know that either) and a few basic English words. A neighbor and family friend who is a professor stopped by to talk to us for about half an hour, then left to go to the embassy (he's a super sharp guy: knows 5 different languages, and it took him only ...
... and miles away from home and old friends, I am reminded of that spring, partially because I recently Skyped Nick, who is again graduating, but also because for the last few weeks I have watched my friends here start projecting themselves into the future: their fall classes, their summer internships, their flights that head out on Saturday, all the while feeling that potent sadness of a familiar loneliness, the kind that sneaks up on me when I’m not thinking about tomorrow.
... not to miss out on any experiences. Today was Saturday, my favorite day of the week. First and foremost I caught up on sleep, which is impossible during the week since we don't even eat dinner until 9:30 most nights and I have to wake up at 7:30. In the morning I baked cookies with my host sister Joumana (I shared the Tollhouse chocolate chip cookie recipe with the family here and Joumana especially can't get enough). Then after a lunch ...
... going to do during my independent study period ...
... Meknes, Fes and Marrakesh, which have also been the capital of Morocco at one time or another). By the time I checked into my lovely Riad (a Riad is a old mansion converted into a boutique hotel and they are everywhere in ) it was 12:30 a.m. Morocco time and I was running on two days with very little sleep. I collapsed in my comfy bed and the next thing I knew I could hear some guy singing. In my sleep induced haze I failed to realize it was the call to prayer. I ...