Hotel La Tour Hassan
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Tour Hassan Rabat
Our room, with the window wide open, overlooks the terrace, gardens and pool. We hear the fountain at night pouring over itself...a restful sound. Breakfast is a bounty of anything you could desire. I had my favorite of pear, toasted baguette and gooey cheese. Oh and loads of coffee, freshly brewed.
Everyone here is so nice and loving speaking French!
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The days in Rabat have been gloriously chocker block full. We've visited the Medina (old town that inside a walled in area. Lots of small shops with colorful leather bowls, wooden trays, large bulbous jewelry, herbs and spices and an anti aging potion which was my only investment! There are cats everywhere so missing Purdey and Lucky so much. Today …
... my roommate Kendall). We went to the hamaam together, and took a daytrip to Fes two weekends ago. All the Moroccans I know asked why we were going to Fes: “there's nothing to see there!” But I loved it. The medina is huge, the largest car-free city in the world, and it's all rambling twisted streets and men leading donkeys heavily laden with wares. Much more chaotic than Rabat, and it just felt older and more intriguing. I think ...
... there are some downs as of late. For one, ...
... to talk to Moroccans and to make friends with them (HUGE GENERALIZATION ALERT). I can comfortably say I've already made pretty good friends with this 17 year old girl, this 23 year old guy, and this 45 year old chef.
I have my own room with a full bed.
Showering with just a bucket isn't that bad and my hair is already getting ...
... pillars that once supported the roof of the mosque until the roof collapsed in an earthquake. For lunch we went to seaside restaurant where we could look out to the Mediterranean sea. We had delicious fresh white fish. After lunch we visited the cemetery of the martyrs.....so many graves on the hillside. We then walked to the casbah. Know the difference between a medina and a casbah? The medina is the wall around the city. Everything outside the wall is called new town. Inside ...