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... give at least 1dirham. The Hassan II Mosque or Grande Mosquée Hassan II (Arabic: مسجد الحسن الثان 10;; nickname: "Casablanca Hajj" (colloquial, microblogging and social networking language) is a mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. It is the largest mosque in the country and the 7th largest in the world. Its ...
... mosque's almost unimaginable size. Leaving the mosque, we spent awhile sitting on the sea wall, watching children clamber among the rocks. The breeze was hot but constant. Conversations in many languages reached us from passersby along the wall. After awhile, we headed along the shore a bit to the corniche, the beach area at the other end of Casablanca. In the taxi enroute to the corniche, Ivy received a marriage proposal from the ...
The Kenzi Tower Hotel (our final hotel) is a five star place with all modern facilities.....how we have missed this kind of treatment! This is where we say our most favorite and least favorite things. Nicest hotel ...Essaouira, location, room size, and windows! Best hotel room...Essaouira Worst hotel room...Riad at Fez, (room was very dark) Comfiest bed...Rabat (Liz), Essaouira (Al) Best breakfast...Erfoud Best restaurant meal...lunch at the French restaurant on the way to Fez ...
It all seemed unreal flying over Africa early this morning, the city of Casablanca sprawled out by the sea. The landscape greener than I imagined, but definitely green. As we drove from the airport to the city, it hit me for the first time how far from home I was - not geographically, but mentally.
Casablanca isn't exactly the most walkable city that I've been to, as the few sights are quite far from each other. From the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking