Ibis Casablanca City Center
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Arribarem a l'estació de trens 50 min aprox. d'haver sortit de Rabat. Agafem un taxi direcció l'Hotel Ibis on deixarem el nostre equipatge. Sortirem a llogar un coche per poder mouren's per la ciutat. Passarem un matí una mica ''relax'' al centre comercial de Casablanca. Després anirem al cinema IMAX i dinarem al mateix centre comercial. Per la …
... to life. It may not be Paris (I'll let you know), but it has a charm.
The burger joint was hipster with a lot of young couples staring dreamily into each others eyes as they crammed fat stacks of meat into their mouths. The burgers we had were either delicious or merely adequate and our desperation turned them into paragons of culinary delight. Either way we left fat and happy, strolling back in the fading light. ...
... course, it's all just for looks... go inside and the old medina is as run down as it's always been--but hey, at least Casablanca is showing it cares a little bit about its image!) On down the road there are two new malls--one of which claims to be the biggest mall in Africa. it's actually quite impressive as malls go, with a giant aquarium in the center (which you can actually dive in) a dancing fountain at night, and an enormous food court with everything from Thai ...
Actual Date: May 14, 2011
8 hrs 21.5 kms
Today I've got a special mission: I’m going to go looking for a waterfall.
And today I’ve got company, I’ve decided to start inviting people to join me for the segments of my hikes that aren’t too bizarre—like slumhiking, or wandering through industrial zones.
So today I’m joined by two friends, Moahcine and Youssef. And since Youssef’s got ...
... scorched highway…
At the far south end of Deroua, it finally starts to come to life a bit. It looks like a lower middle class neighbourhood with horsecart taxis and more people out and about on the streets-- and even a bit of a commercial strip-- but still nothing really impressive or inspiring.
Finally I head on back towards the highway, where Deroua’s post office and city hall are, and catch a collective taxi back to Casablanca.