Le Dawliz Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Independent travel has its distinct advantages, which more often than not (for us) outweigh the disadvantages, but there is one disadvantage that always gets me – the dreaded weekend.
Weekends are the worst especially if you are going to a popular area or it is near tourist season. Weekends book out early. Weekends are more expensive. Weekends are the worst and we had one weekend left to this trip before we hit Lisbon.
We wanted to go ...
... now I've developed a one-way system of communication that works pretty well with them. I use French, mix in a few words in Arabic that I've picked up, and then demonstrate everything just to be sure. Yesterday I formed a special rapport with a girl named Bessama. After a half hour of ironing tablecloths together we were good friends. On Tuesday I got to work in the art studio instead which was really great. It's much more laid-back there, and ...
... the 11th to 13th centuries that annexed the southern half of Spain as well as neighboring countries in North Africa.
Our day tour of Morocco began at the port of Casablanca. The first stop is the gigantic Hassan II Mosque, the third largest mosque in the world with a 200 meter tall minaret. This lavishly decorated new mosque is dramatically situated on Casablanca's Atlantic shoreline, its minaret like a huge lighthouse.
The rest ...
... learned that a Kasbah is a fortified residential area, with some shops and restaurants. (In the southern part of Morocco a Kasbah is actually a fortified residence.) This Kasbah, as I mentioned, was a pretty tame spot … a bunch of twisting, narrow alleyways, a couple shops, a sad looking musician who struck up the band every time a tourist passed and a very pretty restaurant called Cafe Maure overlooking the waterway. Kareem decided to join me for a walk ...
... English - and tells us all about the area.
The stairway is tiled and cool despite the midday heat outside and has incense lamps burning on every third stair. Very atmospheric. At night the incense is replaced with tea lights, very pretty. There is a roof terrace with comfy cushions to sit on and a fabulous view of the ocean and also over the estuary where we can see the city of Rabat.
After lunch we take ...