Ibis Casa Sidi Maarouf
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... Airlines, one of our favorite Airlines. Professional staff, decent meals. They haven't succumbed to the nickel and diming it's passengers. Their staff appear to actually like their jobs. A request is met with a smile instead of a harried response.
... arrived and promptly destroyed what was left, then rebuilt it more to their liking, starting with a big military fort....why not, if you have conquered it, you may as well keep it! They called it Casa Branca, "White House" in Portugese, more than likely reflecting the predominant colour of their buildings. An earthquake a couple of hundred years later squashed their plans for a peaceful life and they left.
... opportunity to share it with her. It was a different type of holiday for her, and she enjoyed herself and time with me as well. She didn't say that...but I'm typing so I can!! mum and I sat on the bed together tonight and went through all of our photos together...side by side reflecting on our adventure. we giggled and laughed, remembering, not remembering and both agreed it was a wonderful adventure. Now we wait....for the long journey ...
... and avoid contact with people in public as much as possible. And this takes us to our next problem. It's a sort of catch 22: safety and public transportation is getting worse and worse. So more and more people are seeing buying a car as an absolute must. As a result traffic is getting worse. As a result of that, public transportation is getting worse--taxis flat out refuse to go to many neighborhoods because of the traffic jams there... so more people are buying ...
... even in traditional countries like Morocco. Now, if only I could convince Moroccans that they can eat cactus leaves (as we do in Mexico)...half the vegetable shortage problems would be solved... Down to the Beach I'd determined that I wasn't going to do any sightseeing on this hike--just focus at getting from Point A to Point B... but the beach is just over a sand dune a few hundred meters away... and it would be so much more fun to do part of this hike along ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Casa Sidi Maarouf Casablanca
The staff is friendly and available. The restaurant offers a buffet and a nice menu.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.