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... by pesky taxi drivers and touts as we made our way to the main Avenue. We ended up walking about 2 km and readily found our Hotel Astrid. Apart from the romantic notion people have about Casablanca, it doesn't have a lot to make it anything besides convenient transit point. Yet we decided to stay 3 nights and make some decisions as to what our next move should be. Getting a firmer grip as to places to visit, route to take and ...
... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Lunch was stuffed pepper, barley risotto cream and Parmesan; Mark's choice grilled vegetables with croquettes. What arrived looked so much more than that and tasted out of this world. Including drinks, less than 20 Euro for both of us! I think a second visit may be on the cards!
This is not an interesting post. For the next ten days, I will be in Morocco and my mother has joined me. We both had airline troubles, but we managed to serendipitously get to the airport in Casablanca at about the same time, but in the evening instead of the morning. We had only planned to spend a day and a half in Casablanca anyway because everything we read said that it was pretty boring - just ...
... saying it's the most dangerous or chaotic city in the world--far from it. It's still a very pleasant, safe city compared to some others. But I've never seen a city change for the worse as I have here in Casablanca over the last 5 years. The Tramway And then there's a bright side: Casablanca's brand new tramway, a project to help solve the city's traffic problem. Now most people here we're pretty underwhelmed by the tramway, saying a city like Casablanca should have a ...
... which should be fairly safe. But another part will be through a questionable "takeover zone" where what was the land of poor farmers is gradually being taken over and turned into luxurious beach home stretches. The inequality here couldn't be more stark. You've got the poor, original farmers of this region still living here in scrappy litte houses... the fancy, walled beach house complexes, with the prices boldly advertised. "Your beach house, ONLY ...