Villa Blanca Hotel & Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to pass through. I found Réclaim baGaGe and it was then I knew I'd probably never see the trailer again. Sprawled across the floor were hundreds of suitcases. Hundreds! This wasn't Réclaim baGaGe, this was the suitcase graveyard. Someone was crying. Probably a mourner. A lady translating for an American couple said, "There's no one here to talk to now." Actually there was no one at all. Maybe you come back in a day or two and begin excavating? It was ...
... calculated our walk for the day - 20 Kms, so we have very sore feet!! Had our evening meal at a great restaurant just around the corner from our hotel - didn't walk in until just before 9, couldn't believe how many people came in after us, and how busy it was. Fabulous meal, lamb tagine with nuts and fruit, and a mixed meat/vegetable couscous, filling and tasty. Love the light evenings, not getting dark until after 8pm. Off to Marrakech in the morning, will leave here about 9 ...
... metropolitan city than I had expected.
We decided to take a city tour since we were really unsure of our experience here. This is a predominantly Arab nation and the mere fact that we have no understanding of the language or the culture we thought it best to not wander around too much at first. We got on our tour bus and couldn’t help but feel that our guide was doing his best English translation but it felt like he was ...
... Greater Casablanca. But I can’t get out of the mind the uneasy feeling that if any mischievious characters were to cross my pass—and I know there are a lot of them in this part of the country—I’m in a pretty vulnerable position. And I’m carrying a guitar and a camera—maybe I should have just left them at home, since I’m not planning on exploring any new villages anyhow. Frankly, I think I’d just rather enjoy nature in parts of ...
... and tile work, all made our head spin. The entire structure cost $800 million USD to construct and provides jobs for the 300 workers it takes to maintain it daily.
Following my list of what to do in Casablanca in 24 hours, Youssef proceeded to drop us off at the Villa des Arts, a contemporary exhibition hall which was currently featuring typical Moroccan dress for women designed by none other than, Yves Saint Laurent; there seems to be a theme ...