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... was designed by Michel Pinseau, a French architect who had lived in Morocco for 10 years. The only material in the construction that did not originate in Morocco was the the Venetian glass used to build the chandeliers. Although the mosque was built with designs to symbolize religious tolerance--Muslim, Christianity, and Judaism--, Morocco is a Muslim country and its dominant religion is ...
... lingual, French and Arabic.
negotiations with Hadim and his compatriots a car, route, price and
time were agreed to. (It was only when we got back that we realised
that we did not have a photo of our driver and his red, Romanian
First a photo stop at
purportedly the scene of the famous Dirk Bogart film Casablanca –
Rick's bar. Some enterprising local has named his esteemed
... on to Dawn’s tablet, we did it. We walked straight down Boulevard Moulay Youssef and found Parc de la Lingue Arabe, trees filled with these white birds. We stopped for Cafe au Lait and Cafe Espresso, then spent 5 Euros on a Petite Taxi back to the port. All in all great day in Casablanca and now we are sailing on a rough, rocking and rolling ride to the Canary Islands. Good thing we brought motion sickness drugs. ...
... to do in Casablanca, we found ourselves ready for lunch. Now, where to go?? Every which way we looked were closed doors on restaurants and cafes. Finally found two open in a large main plaza, made our choice and settled down to enjoy food, drink and rest. The waiter brings the menu but informs us that they are not serving food today. The kitchen is closed. Eeek! Now I am really hungry. What to ...
... not that the old Medina here is that touristy) and we really enjoyed walking around and taking it all in. We ended up buying a few late minute gifts as well as having dinner at one of the local places [this had its own dilemmas and really the first time on our trip that language has been a problem - nothing pointing and hand interpretation could not fix though]. After on the way home we stopped and got some sweets at one of the well known sweet shops.