L'Hotel de Nice

Address: rue d'Accra & rue Antisirabe Meknes, Meknes, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on rue d'Accra & rue Antisirabe Meknes, Meknes, is near Cascades d'Ouzoud and Paradise beach.
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A travel blog entry by kyliemcmillan88 on Aug 03, 2014

84 photos

... our weirded-out perception of Gibraltar together.
Back on the bus we went, for another few hours and over yet another border. This time, it was completely different. THIS is what I pictured Northern Africa to look like. I complete other world from Spain. Extremely poor, extremely male-dominated, extremely foreign to me. Everywhere I saw men and women in The traditional dress f called djellaba; a long, loose, hooded garment with ...

Meknes: Last Day

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Aug 03, 2014

... So we followed him...to a store. Ohhh...he's one of those. Supposedly, it WAS the home of the teacher, but of course the point was to sell me a carpet. I told the store guy I wasn't going to buy anything, but he wanted to show us some carpets. So, I let him. Why? Because I love the Berber carpets, and I love seeing the different colors, textures, and designs.

He then got to the part when they say, "Which one is your favorite?" Sigh. I told him one ...

The Sultan's Slaves Built Meknes

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jun 03, 2014

6 comments, 103 photos

... of the impressive size. Sultan Moulay Ismail's army was called the Black Guard and consisted of 150,000 black tribesmen brought to Morocco from sub-Saharan Africa. Starting as indentured servants, when one was selected to be in the guard, they'd receive wages and be allowed to have wives who were provided as well, so that the resulting children would enter the army too. Their loyalty was the key to the Sultan holding ...

Peanut has a problem!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Feb 24, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

Just in case you are wondering who the hell Peanut is, we renamed our van when we were at Bonterrapark in Benicassim. Seeing it parked amongst the multitude of giant motorhomes and struggling to find it on several occasions, we felt that "Peanut" was way more appropriate as a nickname.

So to our journey from Moulay Bousselham to Moulay Idriss, we had company for too much of the way, not company that we had sought nor company ...

Foothills of the Rif Mountains

A travel blog entry by cahoward on Jan 28, 2014

7 photos

... in the dewy morning. The French occupied the country and put an end of the tribal separation of the country which gave it some unification rather than political separation and warfare. The king who inherited his position approves of the voted prime minister. The prime minister administrates the country while the king is the head of the military and head of the spiritual life. The king can veto the prime ...