Kasbah Hotel Chergui
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKasbah Hotel Chergui Erfoud
Great area especially the oasis
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... with a smile and a friendly correction) is just fantastic,
The first thing we ask about was how to say "no problem". Seems simple, but, we have heard many variations. My current thinking is that you say "meshy mushka ". But we have been told mush mushkala, mesh mosh, and a few other variants. We wonder if it is all a big joke, but, we persist at trying it out. ...
... chicken came out and when I saw it, and saw Jed's face I switched with him. It must be the heat! But I honestly totally forgot that he usually gets chicken and I don't actually enjoy it as much as red meat! We stopped off at a small desert village just before we got to the Camels. We had 1/2 hour to waste so Ali took us on a tour of the markets! There were sooo many fresh dates, the stalls under the sun are cheaper where as the ones under cover are expensive!! This was more a ...
... received one Spanish language station but oddly we had great internet service. Check out our room in the photos! The bathroom sink was made from fossils and it had a large shower stall. (Although the water in the shower would alternate from hot to cold to hot again!) It was too late and chilly to enjoy the pool but it did look inviting. Dinner at the hotel was buffet style and included in the tour. Drinks were extra. Tom and Maryann from New ...
Anyway, we headed out of Fez driving east and up into the Atlas Mountains,w hich run through the middle of Morocco. The mountains are divided into the Middle Atlas Mountains and the High Atlas Mountains. Over the next three days I would travel through both ranges on the road to Marrakesh.
As we drove east and commenced the climb into the Middle Atlas Mountains away from the agricultural land of the lowlands, the air became much colder and I ...
... then that he wanted to throw up. At that point, the nurses sent all of us but Gigi out into the yard with the other kids and put Ali back in bed. About half an our later, Gigi came out looking very uncomfortable and made a beeline for one of the volunteers who always carries hand sanitizer. Ali had strep. After we had all taken a little bath in germ killer, we started talking about what this would mean for the other kids. They share towels, spoons, plates, food, toys, and ...