Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We drove straight into the heart and parked up when we spotted a "guardian". These are guys who watch a stretch of kerb, they help you back in, get out and will even wash your car....their main job is to keep an eye on it. When you come back, you give them a few Dhirams and if the car is clean, 10 Dhirams. It is a good system and well worth using...you just have to watch out for ...
... tallest minaret in the world.Once inside the detail in the plaster, marble and wood carvings was quite breathtaking. The Mosque with its glass floor has room for up to 25,000 worshippers with room for a further 80,000 in the courtyard.Our guide explained the ritual of the prayers and we were also shown the cleansing areas before leaving the mosque where the clear blue sky gave a fantastic backdrop to this beautiful place of worship.A short drive along the coastline we saw where ...
... to the park that lies on the edge of the old city- Parc de la Ciutadella. This park is the green lungs of the centre of Barcelona and is the place where people can come to eat, play, visit the zoo and relax. So that is what we did - eat and relax and walk around enjoying the shade. A visit to the monumental cascada (fountain and waterfall) was our first glimpse of anything constructed by Gaudi. He assisted in its development as a ...
... of the King's palaces down that road. This time, though, we couldn't even get close enough for a view.
We drove down the other side of the hill and into lovely Casablanca traffic. Casablanca is the business capital of Morocco and home to 7,000,000 Moroccans. Unfortunately, it does not really have a lot of historical sites. So the only other really interesting site to see was La Place Mohammad V Square. So off we set … inch by inch.
We finally ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking