Travel Blogs from Rabat
After an early breakfast at the local café (at about a third of the cost of breakfast in the hotel) with good coffee, it was time to catch the train to Rabat. From the train there are glimpses of the outskirts of Fez, comprising some very upmarket housing but in the main desperately poor looking slum areas of unfinished low rise apartment blocks …
... and Will trucked to Casablanca on Saturday to do work, the four girls laid in one double bed and requested that Adam make smoothies and put water on for pasta. I wasn't sure if Jess and I understood the gender difference accurately or if we were just trying to cover up laziness, but then I walked outside this morning to go to the medina for the first time in a week, and instantly heard a parade ...
... to take a princess day and sleep ...
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Our first assignments are due tomorrow, the topic - Food.
I haven't stopped eating since I got here, and there is an interesting culture surrounding food in Morocco. The constant "kuli, kuli" (eat, eat) whispered in my ears from either side at every meal, to the smells that waft from vendors on every street, food is not just a part of the ...
... winding dark streets of Rabat. Three knocks on a red door. We climbed through a raised doorway into one of the most enchanting romantic houses I have ever seen. We had a beautiful dinner in candlelight flickering upon the gold and blue tiles. Oh my was it beautiful. The resturant was called Dinarjat. Learning so much interesting history. Just love it. Attached are some highlights. ...
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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
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.