Hyatt Regency Casablanca
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... each other out the way to get the fare. An older guy in a suit was standing back watching. In the end he turned to me and asked if I was English and did I need a Taxi? I cautiously said yes and he asked where I was going to. I had my 'Radar’ on but felt okay so told him. He said he would sort it. There was then a flurry of 4 Taxi drivers pointing to me and him and then yelling and throwing their hands around. The guy just smiled and kept telling them "no, not one, both of us". I ...
... 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 ...
... the time to thank him but I was really unclear of what was really happening. I go back to that perception, that the language is so forceful that it sounds like everyone is fighting. It was quite intimidating. Even though I didn’t shake his hand, we were courteous and did buy something so I feel ok about it. I’m the proud owner of Argon Oil wrinkle cream! You can only get it from the argon tree in Morocco and I just know it will ...
... or an elevated train by now--the tramway has just served to make Casablanca's narrow streets even narrower. And the opening ceremony last December, with marching bands and folklore dances from all over the country was kind of over the top. But before I pass judgement, I suppose I should ride it, shouldn't I? So today, I'm going to "discover" Casablanca one more time. This time, instead of on foot, it'll be from the comfort of a sleek air conditioned tramway car. I ...
... Tallest Minaret in the World…on through a eerily quiet downtown, and onto Boulevard Tachfine, one of Casablanca’s main arteries, spoking out from the city center. At first it looks like little has changed, as I trudge through the shabby, semi-industrial section of town. Then, suddenly it reappears, the tramway line being built, that turns the wide boulevard into a two lane street—something it seems to be doing all around Casablanca, making ...