L'Auberge Berbere

Address: Route d'Ifran, km 5, Ifrane, 53100, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route d'Ifran, km 5, Ifrane.
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        Travel Blogs from Ifrane

        Dope, Smoke, Recharge

        A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Oct 10, 2014

        7 photos

        ... on the roadside in the middle of nowhere. Can't imagine what they are on the lookout for. Roofs of houses were used for relaxing, drying washing and vegetable matter.
        Vehicles - the mighty late 70s to early 80s Mercedes 240D. Minimum capacity 1, (the driver). No maximum. Taxi, Family car, workhorse. To see this car with 7 adults was not uncommon. The van, a Mereces 30 series, particularly the 3090, diesel of course. Looking at them they are a similar vintage ...

        The road less traveled...

        A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Feb 21, 2014

        2 comments, 26 photos

        ... expensive here. Driver pack everything they can into their trucks, and when they run out of room, they just start piling things on top of their cars. Chairs... Tables... People... Livestock - you name it, and I've seen it ON TOP of someone's car here. I have some photos of this, but there are many times I unfortunately did not have a camera to capture extreme packing skills. This is especially true for trucks transporting hay. There is so much hay on these ...

        A great ending to a great year

        A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Jan 08, 2014

        7 photos

        ... with great food. When we arrived at the hotel, we were greeted with flashing lights, a dance floor, and a DJ playing club music. We were seated at a table and brought menus, while the DJ cranked up the music so loud, we couldn't hear what our server was saying to us. We politely asked for the music to be turned down, as the TWO other tables and ourselves were clearly not enjoying it. Despite the slightly lower volume, we were still very confused as to why ...

        Step 16: Ifrane, where your ears sweat...

        A travel blog entry by audreyrattay on Jul 10, 2011

        12 photos

        ... uphill to see the views. Honestly, there were moments in the beginning where I did not think that I could make it up the hill. My asthma was keeping me from deep breathing and my ankles and legs felt like jello. Once I got to the top, I felt like shouting for joy. Instead, I smiled inside and knew that the journey was not over just yet.

        At a landing at the top of the Atlas Mountains Cedar Forest, there were monkies ...

        Setting Up base for the next 2 weeks

        A travel blog entry by owlsaclionel on Apr 07, 2008

        9 photos

        ... we called "The Plateau" although other runners called it "The Lake" or "The Loop". This is a dried out lake bed just off the road towards Azrou. It is a very common place for Moroccan athletes to run and has also been a training area for the Qatar national team amongst many others. It is a 2km round loop, which is marked by boards and stones at each important point (100m 200m 400m 1km 2km I think). Its surrounded by forest so rarely gets windy, perfect for ...

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