Mercure Ouarzazate

Address: Boulevard Moulay Rachid, Ouarzazate, 45000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Boulevard Moulay Rachid, Ouarzazate, is near Toubkal, Medina of Tétouan, and Oum er-Riba.
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Travel Blogs from Ouarzazate

Gorgeous Gorges, Verdent Valleys and Shifting Sand

A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Jun 10, 2015

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... past the village of Hassiliebad to the flat dry Hamada and can hear the buzz of the quad bikes as they roar around in the sand.

Our peak is still a ways off and a few more dunes obscure the path to our goal. Our water is almost half gone, the sun continues to shine brightly and the rays sting any uncovered skin.

Onward and upward, it is slow going. On occasion a firm path is found but inevitably it turns to sinking sand again. The gentle wind ...

Back toward the High Atlas

A travel blog entry by mmcnamara on Jan 05, 2015

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Weather :-))) Departed from the main road, turned right and started the ride up toward the High Atlas. It's a single lane bitumen road, but the first ten kilometres are right on the tourist trail. Here you'll find Ait Ben Haddou, a fortified village (Ksar) and UNESCO World Heritage Site. I strolled through the cobbled alleyways as the golden light of late afternoon illuminated the earthen ...

A Day Around Zagora OR Just Hamadu and Me

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 23, 2014

19 photos

... foot of the Jebel Kissane mountain. Just before we reached Agdz a familiar rattling thump brought our car to an abrupt standstill. We groaned silently, knowing it was flat tyre. Alan and I seem to have a bad habit of attracting flat tyres and on our previous trip through Ladakh in the Himalayas of northern India, we were continually plagued by tyre problems. We just hoped that the situation would not be quite as serious in Morocco as it was in ...

Caids and Kasbahs!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 19, 2014

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... more modern building materials, they must still, by law, use a final render of earth. However as we stood at the top of one of the towers of the Kasbah Caid Ali, looking out over the camp and the palmerai, we could see plenty of houses which looked finished, but which were still in that grey cement tone. We asked our Berber guide why this was so, because it spoilt the look of the town. "Tax", he replied. But what he meant was Tax evasion!! ...

Joseph Boyden's "Through Black Spruce"

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jan 07, 2014

... sniffed for a long time, rolling the air through the dark hairs of my nostrils like a cool draft of caribou water.

2. Rummy
Put that bottle down and come inside, sagibuns, and let me tell you to tell my story. Stop looking at the sky, the keyboard is over here. Do not think of my siblings who are no more. I love you but you drive me crazy. Careful, don't step in that trap.

3. Go Fish
When I entered the room it was as I ...