Rivoli Hotel Casablanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... what he was doing. He found what he was looking for and turned back to me holding out three mandarins in cupped hands. I was amazed. I said, "Shukran jezelan" (Translation: Thank you very much) Before long there was a cup of water he had poured from a 1.5 litre plastic bottle. Bread, fruit, water: Instant picnic. We didn't share a common language but I found out his name was Mustafu He was from north of Rabat and was travelling with his mother. Before long, Mustafu ...
... Hassan II Mosque before making my way back along the shore to the harbour. There's a lot of development going on here and not not to see besides the construction sites. I then followed the wall down to a local market and made my way through the warren if streets before emerging on the other site and making my way back to the hotel for a rest before meeting the group.Not all the group made it in that night ...
... where we found the souks, a real maze but from what we have heard Marakesh ones are much more confusing! Everyone has been very friendly, but we have been very careful not to take any photos where people have been around etc and of course watching for pick pockets, as we know we are targets, and of course everything is done through a tipping system, you literally pay for every service on top of what you buy. The souks were full of copy gear, nothing worth stopping to pick ...
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... full of pickpockets and miscreants. I’m suddenly reminded that, even though Boskoura is “the place” for rich Casawis to build their upscale villas, and there are condo communities and golf courses, this area still has a lot of country folk whose lives are a world apart from the life of those in the city, just a few kilometres away. Here the wealthy are gradually edging out the poor, original residents of this semi rural region… And I wonder, where will ...