Ibis Casa Sidi Maarouf
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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.
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... some of our group got in on the act. The final night we had a farewell wrap up dinner where our group gave toasts and testimonials to our leaders Debbie, Raphy and Eliezer.
Enjoy the faces and places and sights and sounds that caught our eye as we traveled throughout the country.
We head back to Boston ...
... out there even of hard weather ,we will
arrive in Imilchil in the late afternoon before checking in to your
hotel; Auberge Tislit by the beautiful lake of Tislit. Dinner Bed and
Day 4: Imilchil – Todgha Gorge – Merzouga
After a morning breakfast we will leave Imilchil to Todgha Gorge the
highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco with panoramic views of the old
mud Berber villages overlooking ...
... way to travel, its also the easiest as normally train stations are closer to where we are staying than many main bus stations and also I think the whole experience of traveling by train is my grand or at the very least far more comfortable (and costs about the same as a bus anyway).
We have to leave the Riad early but its worth it as we are on our way north by 9am and arrive just after 12pm and walk the last kilometer or ...
... passed out again and as I lowered her to the ground the water bottle she was holding emptied itself all over her. She was lying in front of the desk for a second time, but now in a puddle of water. If she was awake she would have been quite embarrassed.
At this point the customs official decided that he probably needed to do something and he and I escorted Lauren into a nearby office. After a couple of minutes I ran off to get something with sugar and some more ...
... didn't have a guide. We had a sleep in and late breakfast, before slowly packing up. We were trying to savour the 5 star hotel for as long as we could cause the next few weeks we would just have a tent and mat! Around lunch we caught a taxi into the medina close to where our hostel was. Me and a girl from the tour, Ally, ended up in an argument with the driver over the price. Our guide had told us it should only be 12 DH but he was trying to charge 30 DH, we ended up paying 20 ...