Rivoli Hotel Casablanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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It has been a while since I had the time, energy, and internet/PC access to give some updates on my travels. As such, I will be posting multiple updates for Sydney and most of my travels in Morocco simultaneously today (but in separate blog posts for Sydney, Shanghai, Paris, Casablanca, Essaouira, Marrakech, and Fes).
After over 24 hours of traveling I arrived in Casablanca. I was a little nervous for a couple reasons.
First, when we landed I found that I was not able ...
It was nearly time to say goodbye to Spain and we were determined to make the most of our last hours in Barcelona. Having finally learnt from experience, we pre booked our tickets to Sagrada Familia and the towers and headed by cab to the area for a quick breakfast before it opened. The cab ride from our hotel to this area at 8am was 5 euro - in contrast, the return journey at 11am was 15 euro! I wish the locals stayed in bed longer; we would certainly save more money. We had ...
We spent two nights in casablanca with a slightly uneventful but enjoyable time. We caught a train from marrakech that took around three hours which we passed with the jungle book. We arrived at around 1 where we spent 30 minutes trying desperately to find somewhere to eat as we where starving but casablanca seemed to be the cafe capital of the world and hardly had anywhere serving more then a pastry. Eventually we settled for a slightly suspect place but ...
... with fruit on the back as you often see in Egypt. The men don't seem as obnoxious as the Egyptians though. There are very few people in very traditional dress. some women with the veil but many woman just in jeans etc. Some men in the long kaftan but jeans underneath! I notice no women in the cafés and the guide keeps pointing out any woman workers eg police, cashier etc that he sees so it still must be unusual. Polygamy was only outlawed (without all current ...
... or have visited we both actually knew very little about it. Of course places such as Marrakesh and Fez were familiar to me as was Casablanca [well at least the names] but beyond that I would have struggled to tell you any other major city in the country. Researching a bit more I came across the Kasbahs although to be fair on departing to Morocco I still was not sure what they really were [and to a degree that still holds true] and the interesting and varied nature that ...