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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... to clear the empty plates as soon as we had finished, provide us with fresh cutlery or keep us topped up with water. He was tall and had a very prominent jaw line. He reminded me of a clean shaven version of Desperate Dan from the Dandy comic book. He had a slight overbite that made his dimpled chin stick out ever so slightly. I was going to look him straight in the eyes and say: ‘Of all the chin joints in all the world…’ but I don’t know if it ...
... quoted 15 dirham's per person, which is equivalent to $1.70 USD. Although that was higher than the tour book said was an appropriate price, it was almost 11 at night, we wanted to get to our hotel, we were talking about a few dollars' difference, so we just paid it. If I went back again I would haggle more and not pay more than 15 dirhams in total, but in the grand scheme of things it isn’t something I regret paying. The taxi ride from the train station to the medina ...
... from the minaret right there. It was absolutely amazing. We then got in the bus again & were told we would be going quickly to Casablanca - which amazingly we did. When there we went to see the green mosque which was all lit up. Just after we had taken some photos the lights went out. So that was well timed too. Then we eventually got to the hotel and had dinner at 9.30. It seems already that this is going to be an amazing ...
... to get within mosques without a guide and only certain mosques allow you to enter. We found out that during ramadan a massive 20,000 pray within the mosque and a further 80,000 pray outside. Morocco is one of the only countries that the minarets are square compared to the rest of the muslim countries where the minarets are round. Also this minaret is mostly tiled in green which is the colour of Morocco, at night they shine a green light directly at ...
... Enjoyed walking through the food parts, seeing all the meat, live birds and veg etc There was a large amount of development and construction going on, there is immense poverty but at the same time some amazing very modern new buildings. From the medina we walked into the city centre and grabbed a bite for a very late lunch I had a morrocan salad which of course had no idea what I was in for, turned out to be lentils, olives and pulses with tomatoes, onions, lettuce etc - ...