Hotel du Parc

Address: Settat, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Settat

On the Way to Morocco

A travel blog entry by rovinsil on Oct 04, 2014

You can't expect to have everything go to plan when you undertake an overseas trip and as ours includes a guided tour in Morocco, followed by us self guiding ourselves around Morocco for a week and exiting from Morocco to Spain and Portugal, we were under no illusion that there would be some speed bumps. We didn't, however take into account that the first speed bump would occur when we were on the bus on the way to the airport. As ...

Harassed at the Markets

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Jul 15, 2013

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We had a nice sleep in this morning and then walked towards the mosque where there was meant to be a big Bazar being held. It looked like they were still setting up, which was disappointing because this was our last day in Morocco. We decided we would go to the markets instead and look for something to eat.

A lady came up to me and asked me if I wanted to ...

Day 60 - Cycling shin deep in sewage

A travel blog entry by chris_jones01 on Sep 11, 2009

Our first problem was before we had even left the hostel this time because the lock we had used to lock our bikes together had corroded and was impossible to unlock. Me and Alex left Olly to deal with the situation whilst we explored Cassablanca in search of food. Cassablancca is by far the biggest city we have seen in Morocco. It seems so out of place with its posh hotels and high rise buildings. We had to go on an absolute mission in order to find a ...


A travel blog entry by will_share on Sep 16, 2007

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After our time in Essauoira Gary and Joy had a night in Marrakech, then flew back to UK, while Jen and Brian caught the train from Marrakech to Casablanca. The countryside is very stark, and it's hard to believe it can be farmed. Rangy sheep pick at mere wisps of grass, and we had been told that goats climbed up the argane trees to feed on the nuts but until Jen saw them for herself, it seemed very fanciful. We arrived at ...

Morocco Diary

A travel blog entry by lanlubber on May 28, 2007

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PHOTO_ID_L=morocco_001.jpg] THE ROAD TO MARRAKECH! Lesley's Road Diary FEBRUARY 24 - MARCH 5TH, 2007 The history of Morocco is long and complicated and encompasses Europe as well as North Africa. Therefore I am going to cheat and insert here a brief overview historical overview taken from Morocco has been the home of the Berbers since the second millennium B.C. In A.D. 46, Morocco was annexed by Rome as part of the province of Mauritania until the ...