Rivoli Hotel Casablanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... cabin for five minutes when a note was pushed under the door. Surely I still can’t be in one of Bogey’s mystery dramas and someone’s playing the old ‘anonymous note shoved under the door leading our heroes in to a maze of intrigue and danger’ routine??! It was a note from the Captain (although I don’t think he was the one who personally delivered it!) inviting us to a special dinner tomorrow at 9pm to meet in the Diamond lounge. The plot thickens!! ...
... than I can count.
Casablanca is the economic and business center of Morocco, but Rabat is the capital. As a business center, Casablanca is really not a big tourist draw. Mostly tourists end up going to Fez, Tangiers, or Marrakech.
Moroccans are very kind a generous people. They want you to be happy and comfortable and, refreshingly, they actually really like Americans!
I stated the morning by going to the Souk in the Old Medina. In the souk you ...
... second floor (with balconies that looked into the great room), and one room on the third floor. Above the third floor was an outdoor terrace, overlooking the thousands of other houses and rooftops of the medina.
My sister and I were shown to our room on the second floor. It had two twin beds and a bathroom en suite, and was simply and elegantly decorated. We showered and were in bed by midnight, so thrilled to be able to actually lay down and get some sleep after a nearly 24 hour ...
... to the religion. The mosque cost 1 billion euro's to build about 20 years ago. From the mosque we passed by Rick's bar which is famous from the film Casablanca. Then it was on to Fatima area, which is the oldest area of Casablanca. Finally it was on to a market. Unfortunately there were lots of beggars and undesirable characters around and it was a relief to get back on the bus and back to the ship. While the name Casablanca contours up visions of a very exotic location it ...
... was lucky his wife wasn't home or she might have got cranky with 11 tourist walking through her house. But it was a lovely house and very cool inside which was a nice relief from the heat outside. At the end if the tour one of the girls went to tip the guide (because anytime someone helped you with anything at all you needed to tip over here) and which was promptly refused by the guide and given back, took her a minute to realise she had given him 1 DH which equates to about ...