L'Amphitrite Palace

Address: Skhirat Plage, Skhirat, 12050, Morocco | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Skhirat Plage, Skhirat.
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      Travel Blogs from Skhirat

      Finally we saw something

      A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... but not least was Kasbah of the Udayas. A Kasbah south of Rabat beautifully overlooking the ocean. A real treat. A nice local became our unrequested tour guide. Personally I hate that, but Dick decided to let it go. Although we both had trouble to get rid of him and it wasn't worth the 100 Dhiram he requested. Boy, one can get a hat and t-shirt for that. But we didn't want to quarrel. He had more friends here then we ...

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      A travel blog entry by travelsofmary on Oct 02, 2013

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      ... it, who does that? But that is typical Morocco for you. They do what they want, when they want. Meeting new people, even people who are similar because we have the same scholarly interests, is my favorite part about study abroad. The girls I have come to know here are so inspirational and each one is so different in their backgrounds but they all have the biggest hearts. They have qualities that I admire and being around them during a fun, albeit stressful, ...

      The First Day of Ramadan, Spaniards Gave to Me...

      A travel blog entry by mchilds on Jul 10, 2013

      ... fun. We had a lesson about women in Islam from Khadija, which was quite enlightening, then Joel and I went to the Medina where I actually managed to buy something. It's just sensory overload walking through the all of the stalls there. The whole place smells like spices, body odor, leather, sewage, or some combination of the above, depending on where you are. I know there are things that I want to buy there, but there are so many variations on ...

      The flight

      A travel blog entry by aliaruhi on Jun 26, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... touch screen monitors at our seats. I watched the Silver Lining Playbook (with all the profanity muted out".) There's a lot of profanity in that movie so I was wondering why they didn't just not offer it. I mean you could pick from about 15 movies. Also, the movie has a huge gambling theme so obviously it wasn't an issue of Islamic compliance. They probably should have deleted that with the cursing. Anyway, now ...

      Post-visit: An Unknown Natural Bridge

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 24, 2013

      12 photos

      ... be a little overpriced, just so Sidi Bouknadel can go down in history as the Only Slum Suburb with a Museum that I visited. But foolishly, I continue on my way. I suppose I could stop by here later… The eucalyptus trees continue… soon I’ve got a forest on my left, and a scattering of houses on my right. It seems I’m approaching another town, and I could keep going a bit further. Bit this is the end of the line of the Sidi Bouknadel-Rabat bus, so ...