Ibis Casa Sidi Maarouf
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The staff is friendly and available. The restaurant offers a buffet and a nice menu.
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Olivier42 stayed here on Sep 23, 2012 during their trip titled: Olivier42's Great Adventure.
... for a reunion and to pay their respects. Some grave markers seem to have an outline of the body and some have also a carving over the head resembling rays of sunshine emanating from the head. Perhaps those are the wise men or rabbis. We went up the coastal road which revealed beautiful vistas of farmland, cliffs, and ocean waves cresting not far off very long sandy beaches. Many villages and enclaves ...
... couscous and tagine.
I am convinced now, more than ever, that I am a terrible food snob. I know deep down in my heart, that I could never live in a place that had only one menu, only a few items that you could depend on day in and day out for sustenance. I cannot live on one ethnic food alone! If this makes me a food snob, then so be it. I prefer to think of it myself as a World Foodie instead. But either will do as long as there is pork in my ...
... Think South Beach only nicer. Many Beach Clubs, Cafes and Restaurants overlooking the beach and Ocean. Magnificent homes on the other side of the road. King Aziz of Saudi Arabia built a magnificent Mosque here and a whole resort estate. It is still used by the Saudis. We took a walk and stopped for coffee, tea and donuts. We overlooked the huge waves crashing against the rocks. Then we got back on the bus and rode to the ...
... certainly knew we were in Morocco this morning when we heard the call to prayer at 6am. We did walk up to the famous Hassan II Mosque. Our intention was to go inside for a look, but of course - closed. It is the 3rd largest mosque in the world and can accommodate 25,000 worshippers. It has the highest minaret in the world. After the mosque and our adventure filled walk through the Medina, the only ...