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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this?), leather sellers with what is obviously mass manufactured pouches in a rainbow of colors all with the blessed hand of Fatima (the Prophets daughter). Keychains, fridge magnets, tassels and shoes. Shoes and shoes and more shoes.
Restaurants, cafes, lobbies and bars filled with smokers, all chain smoking while downing unlimited amounts of mint tea, or in the case of the bars, Casablanca beers. Or while eating vast amounts of tagine and couscous. Tagine ...
... 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!! ...
... hesitant to try out the skill at first because some of the men seemed quite austere when it came to prices but I ended up saving a few Dirham by requesting a lower price when buying beautiful leather shoes that flaunted the fine embroidery skill of its maker. Later on I realized if I haggled more persistently I could have paid a smaller fraction. I sampled many spices (by buying a small portion) and was very ...
... a kasbah is to describe them in the best way but what I would say is that they are fascinating places to visit to gain different insights to the interesting and diverse past of this country - both good and bad. Our first Ait Ben Haddou remains my favourite. - ANGRY MOROCCANS: Between the our first angry bus driver from Marrakesh getting in a fight to the numerous examples of locals yelling at each other you get the feeling these are very angry people but it was almost ...
With a day to explore Casablanca we headed over to the medina and enjoyed a stroll around making our way through the narrow cobbled streets to the port where we caught a Petit Taxi (little red car) to the corniche (ocean front). Dropped at the far end we then strolled back, eventually all the way to our hotel, the perfect activity after our flight. Walking along the promenade it was nice to see the melting pot of cultures going ...