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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Majestic Rabat
It was hard to get towels, no elevator, only wifi in the lounge area and it was not strong (if someone was webcaming, everyone else lost their internet).
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Travel Blogs from Rabat
... roosters crow, all day long scratching and pecking in amongst the long grass and weeds for tasty grubs, the roosters always on the scout for a hen to mount. Each night they go to roost in the former managers residence that has been converted into a hen house.
The shower block is abandoned and the roof has caved in, the pathway is blocked by grass and flowering weeds. The toilets are home to the traditional squat toilets and a trough with ...
... confuses me! Though to be real, that’s not ...
... today something beautiful. There is always something new to learn, and I'm doing my best to keep my eyes open. It can be difficult to see once your eyes become adjusted.
I'm working on a type of improvisation in photography. I certainly use my training; I refer to it, understand it, ground myself in it, but I don't want to allow my training to blind me to the actual person who is sitting in front of me. To do anything artistically you ...
... in the world and its minaret or tower is the worlds tallest standing at almost 700 ft or 60 stories high which is topped by a laser light which is directed towards Mecca. The mosque looks out to the Atlantic Ocean, the walls are hand-crafted marble and the roof is retractable.
The tour costs us $12 to enter, we went back and forth about the exchange rate and eventually decided that 1 dirham equals 10 cents. Even after we ...
... switched me to a single the next day). Meet up with a musician who says over by the castle there is an open space overlooking the ocean which would be a good spot to jam... Have a great time playing music late into the night... The cops came by asking for our papers--stick around to chat (this guy knows them)... I'm really starting to like Rabat.
Day 52: The Ugly Side of Rabat
June 6, 2011,
16 hours, 34.4 kms
A week later I’m back ...