Rivoli Hotel Casablanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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This morning we decided to visit the biggest mosque in all of Africa. And it is huge, we both decided that it was far to hot to walk and it was only 9 am, so a taxi it was. There is for sure a local price and a tourist price, they really do double if not triple the regular price and taxis are the worst. We got charged 20 Dirham which is nothing at $2.5 but the locals get charged around 7. When we arrived we joined a tour, as a non Muslim it is ...
... were flying over the Suez Canal, the aerial view so clear and crisp, and later as we flew across the top of Egypt, again we had the most amazing views, an added scenic bonus to our flight.
As we descended into Casablanca we were surprised to see crops for as far as the eye could see, whilst the land was flat, it was a mosaic of small farms sprinkled with green and beige fields. As painless as the flights had been we were glad to touch down ...
... were able to pick us up from the train station and drive us around town to see the sights. It was really nice not to pay for a taxi, plus we got the local scoop on a great shawarma place for dinner. Afterwards, we went to the Morocco Mall, an enormous gleaming construction with plenty of high-end shops, a huge aquarium with sharks, and a small amusement park. We tried out one of the rides and it definitely would have ...
... there was an old motorbike with them or a donkey. Carts pulled by donkeys was common. Some paddocks had fences round them made out of cactus and rocks but mostly the land had no divisions, one farm ran into the next. The crop of choice was cactus, rows and rows of large cactus planted out by hand and the fruit is gathered for market, we saw them on stalls in the city market. No sign of any mechanical help with the land, everything done by hand. They were in their ...
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