Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Hotel Casablanca from our 5 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... br> - there was the taxi driver that when I gave him directions in my best arabic replied 'speak french'
- there was the bookstore clerk who when I gave her a title I was searching asked 'is it a book?'
- there was the taxi driver who although we had called and 'reserved' him refused to take us to our desired location ( who knows why) and the barrage of arabic that followed!!
- there were the fourilles for breakfast - mmm they are so ...
... and I think I conveyed my disappointment to him in no certain terms and we departed with a handshake and no more monies paid. It put a dampener on what would have been a good experience and I am sure that a softer person would end up parting with more money than agreed…. they may pray to Mecca each day but that doesn’t stop them ripping off the gullible tourist! Once we had finished the tour we did stop at a little local café and enjoyed ...
... down to the petit socco. Although there's less of them, there are still people begging at this time. It's so hard cos u feel for them and it's not like in our country where they will probably go off and get ******, well it doesn't seem like it anyway, it's actually for their family, for them to be able to eat that day. Anyway, I digress, the little shop was just opening when we went past so went in. Spotted my pouffe that I wanted straight away, cream and red but them he said ...
... waterfall had.
Not wanting to retrace our steps to Mohammedia, I suggest that we take a dirt road and hope it takes us back to town. Youssef says we should ask for directions—but I explain that that’ against the adventurehike principles: first you trust your instincts, and only ask directions when you absolutely have to.
Sure enough, the path takes us straight back to town—with scattering ...
... all levels of society, even moreso recenty as the cost of renting has gone through the roof.
The Ain Sebaa Lions
A little square down a side street catches my eye, so I decide to check it out. There I find a small but pleasant little market and a shady circle with two little lion statues in the center. It’s the closest thing I’ve seen to a “neighbourhood center” here in Ain Sebaa, and is a ...