Hotel Ksar Assalassil

Address: B.P: 251, route Errachidia, Erfoud, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on B.P: 251, route Errachidia, Erfoud, is near Todra Gorge, Tafraout-Aventure, and Town Square.
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    Travel Blogs from Erfoud

    Interim..long day's journey

    A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 22, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... is safe, take no guide, just enjoy it and don't worry about getting lost. If we wanted leather, go to his tannery, the best in Morocco. He wasn't on the take, and left us with good cheer as the train slowly came to a halt at Fes, where the station hand had to kick the carriage door to get it to open. Our driver was waiting, a young guy with a brilliant smile and happy go lucky air. His car had wooden handles screwed into the doors on the interior. We went looking the ...

    Jet lag and language lessons

    A travel blog entry by yayaspt on Nov 12, 2014

    ... no, so in the medina, "la chokran" accompanied by hand waving, is a polite no thank you. The harsher your voice and the more vigorous your hand, the more you mean it.

    We learned bel-kan means "get out of the way, a mule is coming!!" , or at least, "please move aside".
    We are also remembering French as quickly as we can because that seems to be very widely ...

    Deserts in the Middle of the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 30, 2013

    7 photos

    ... br>
    As we drove, the region became more mountainous and trees began to dot the hillsides. Karem informed me that the trees were oak, cork and giant cedar trees, which the Atlas Mountains are apparently famous for.

    Our next stop was only about a half hour later in the village of Ifrane, a quirkly little place designed to look like a Swiss Alps village. The town is famous for its very exclusive university, the Al Akawayn University that was constructed ...

    One more off my bucket list

    A travel blog entry by adekay on Sep 09, 2013

    2 comments, 64 photos

    ... where the powder room was. David, Devron and I just laughed and said "pick a sand dune with your name on it". Her bubbly personality changed quickly when she realized we were not joking. She confessed she had only ever used a toilet. Well the audible commentary from the dune she choose was hilarious. Her friend went to help her and she could not work out how to squat and decided to take her ...

    Camel day

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on May 23, 2013

    9 photos

    ... Medina is a walled town, with gates ( babs). Riad is a house in the Medina that is converted to a guest house. Ksar is a conglomeration of houses surrounded by a wall Kasbah is a fortified house. Souk is a weekly market. We saw the souk at Risani. After the camel ride we went to our "executive" tented camp where we were treated to traditional music and acrobatics. They entertainers were from a village called ...