Villa Blanca Hotel & Spa
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... how similar I was to my father at that age - both in terms of how I looked and carried myself and with how I spoke. The airport is about 25km outside of the city so after driving for a bit we finally arrived at Najib's home where he introduced me to the family, offered me some refreshments as we planned and discussed my time in Casablanca and greater Morocco, and had his son Youseff show me to my room.
I spent the first two days of my time in Morocco staying in ...
... the boy carrying four large water containers on his bike, this country is vast and varied. As Samir, our guide for the next 10 days told us, Morocco is like a tree; its roots are in Africa but its branches are in Europe. This next journey is so different to where we have been, and so incredibly foreign to us, I'm sure we will all be enriched for having been here. As a footnote, the wi fi in the hotel here in Morocco is 1000% faster than or hotel in Barcelona - who would have ...
... of taxi men offering us great deals on city tours and Dawn rebuffing them with a very polite Canadian "no-thankyou's". It was a 3 km hike to the Hassan II mosque that boasts that it is the 2nd largest after Mecca. We ended up walking through some very dilapidated neighborhoods in the Old Medina quarter, lots of people, living, working and playing in very squalid surroundings. I found an ATM and ...
... has classical Islamic architecture such as the Palace and the Mausoleum, photos of both. We also visited the fortress so a good cross section. Cats everywhere even at the royal palace so hopefully they have a better life there. The royal palace was a walled city but I think that just means that there is a wall around it, nothing else appears to be there except the palace, the staff quarters and the mosque. The prime minister and the king work in the same office which ...
... THE TOP FIVE:</b> - <b>Riad Malika:</b> I feel also most sad to kick off a list with accommodation. Having the opportunity to experience staying in a Riad in Morocco is in my opinion one of the best reasons for coming here. So often in cities you have to make a choice of being central and dealing with the hustle and bustle or more remote and peaceful. Here you don't need to compromise at all and can have the best of two worlds making a city break actually ...