Rivoli Hotel Casablanca
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... yet in reality, most tourists and travellers bypass it or simply use it as a transit point heading north or south. It is the commercial and economic hub of the country but its medina is not on the same scale as a Meknes, Fez or Marrakech. But we were only 20km from it and had touched its outskirts anyway when we had visited Nissan....it would be crazy not to give it the benefit of the doubt....surely there must be something appealing...somewhere!
... lounge version of "Killer Queen". All three shows were pretty packed and after not doing it for about a month it went really well. My mum and Anne loved it and it's so nice to see them standing up, clapping and interacting with us. Feeling knackered. We cart all our costumes from one side of the ship to the other and go to show food to stuff myself with pizza before. P.S: all these clock changes are really confusing ...
How lovely to wake up when you want to without having to be at the front of the hotel waiting for the bus at 9:00 am - absolute bliss. So it was a time to catch up on emails and enjoy some Skype sessions with family while laying in bed, before a simple leisurely breakfast. Then it was off for a saunter through the cobblestone streets of Barcelona. I am staying in the old quarter, called the Bari Gotic in a two bedroom apartment that is ...
Karem came and found me and suggested we do the driving tour of some of the Casablanca sites first and then come back for the tour of the mosque since there was still well over an hour before the tour would start.
First up was the La Corniche a promenade area along the waterfront filled with shops, some hotels that have seen better days and a few restaurants. This area seemed like prime real estate, and I was a little confused why there ...
... ain't nobody got time for that. So while he's pointing out Rick's Cafe, which was celebrating its ninth anniversary (Casablanca the movie was released in 1942), we're trying to explain that we want to go straight to the mosque. Eventually though, we got it sorted out and made it there with a little time to spare. Problem, that place is ENORMOUS, with several different buildings surrounding a fairly vast courtyard. It's the third largest mosque in the world, and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services