- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... it. Just the sign. I checked the vicinity. No desk, not chair, no baGaGe. I even looked behind the pillar. Nothing. Hmm. I turned around and I saw three men in uniform, two holding high powered rifles. Don't know why I thought firepower could have been useful, but there you go. "Excuse me, do you know where baggage reclaim is?" The guy in the middle said, "Arabi"? (Translation: Arabic?) I said, "No." He immediately called out to a passerby, ""Hey!" Followed by, ...
... went to great lengths to make sure I coated the salad with oil and vinegar - very tasty and fresh. Sean settled for a French omelette filled with all sorts of goodies, we also had some mint tea, which was good, very different to the Turkish tea. From here we decided we would wander back through the streets and find Ricks cafe, themed on the famous movie Casablanca - for a drink, had wanted to do a cheers for Mummy, as it was a place she had enjoyed with Daddy, anyway it was ...
... they can sell a shore excursion of "The Best of Casablanca" with lunch! They did, however, play the movie Casablanca in the theatre on board but I missed it.
My title today is one of the infamous phrases taken from the film.
Today’s Morocco was a total surprise for me. I’m not sure what I expected. Men riding around town on camels maybe? Ahh, that’s another shore excursion! You can go into the desert and ...
... in reliving that experience. Here the road goes under the railway, then down some narrow alleys with big semis squeezing through, and then finally over the Casa-Marrakech freeway with a cluster of houses (which I opt not to count as a “town”) and into the Great Boskoura forest. This forest is supposedly a popular place for picnics and for folks who want to breath some clean air. But today it’s completely empty. I have a bit of ...
... made an illegal U-turn which after a run in with the "police," cost him 200Dh cash, a negotiated deal compared to the original 600Dh it would cost another citizen.
The Mosque was beyond impressive. With a minaret that measures 200 meters, and a structure that covers? in distance, you wouldn't believe that it was constructed in six years; completed in 2003 by 10,000 men working around the clock. With each ticket entry, people are are provided ...