JM Suites Hotel
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... of houses and shops that promote a very low standard of living. Some of the city’s poorest areas lie within the confines of the Medina. A wise man once said, ‘If you live in a nice house you often have a **** view or if you live in a **** house you often have a nice view’. This is certainly true of many places we have visited on this trip and Casablanca is no exception. A new development is currently being built, adjacent to the mosque on the ...
... Eunice looks like a thin Colin Kaepernick with glasses, and he was so kind and welcoming that we felt comfortable with him right away. He grabbed my bag and we started down the hill to our dar. The main two roads of the medina are called Tala'a Kbira and Tala'a Sghira (translating roughly to "steep hill road" and "less steep hill road", respectively) and both are no more than 10 feet wide at the widest part. We took the one on the right, Sghira, and headed around several ...
You can't expect to have everything go to plan when you undertake an overseas trip and as ours includes a guided tour in Morocco, followed by us self guiding ourselves around Morocco for a week and exiting from Morocco to Spain and Portugal, we were under no illusion that there would be some speed bumps. We didn't, however take into account that the first speed bump would occur when we were on the bus on the way to the airport. As ...
... fountain in the middle. it was just so lovely and quant and there was even a terrace with a pool which both Sarah and I sat beside but didn't dare to go in as it was a wee bit too cold! After a bit of a rest we scoured the web for reviews on local food and where to go we found this Restaurant called Omina which appeared to be close by and easy to get to so off we set, only for as soon as we stepped out the door it started to pour down after ...
... font-size: 13px; line-height: normal;">We were eager to explore a bit. After a mint tea at breezy terrace overlooking the medina we took the plunge and dove right in to the narrow lanes. I don't rate it very high on vibrant colorful medina scale. Mostly cheap Chinese made items: plastic goods, toys, shoes and clothing. Back on the arched outer periphery of the medina, we sat down for a refreshing mango juice. Much more choice ...