Le Pietri Urban Hotel

Address: 4, rue de Tobrouk, Rabat, 10000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4, rue de Tobrouk, Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Chellah, Hassan Tower, and Downtown Rabat.
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    To Casablanca and Rabat

    A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 01, 2015

    4 photos

    ... with their country. However, there is no age pension or unemployment welfare. But there is only 14 percent taxation paid and a lot of people get paid in cash so don't pay as much tax. To my way of thinking, you need to pay taxes to get the services/benefits and have to build up the coffers before these can be implemented. (Providing you have an honest government obviously). The roads are very good. Nice and wide. There seems to be quite ...

    A Week of Hibernation

    A travel blog entry by hrehak on Apr 06, 2014

    1 photo

    ... explain "that feeling you get when you just need to lay down in exhaustion and do nothing." Needless to say my host sister, Amina, nodded her head in understanding. I shouldn't forget she did live with me for the last two months.

    Another post with a very different tone coming in about 35 seconds!

    All my love, affection, and invitations to Skype (hmrehak),



    So Much is So Good

    A travel blog entry by hrehak on Mar 18, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... to get out of bed she didn’t hesitate to ...

    Continuing Legacy of an Ancient Monarchy

    A travel blog entry by gordon.ye on Jan 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Although there is some local life in the Kasbah, we didn't see the lively market scene we were expecting, later we found out it's because it's a Friday, the Islamic prayer day (like a Sunday for Christian tradition).

    Lunch was at a beach restaurant with views of very violent Atlantic surf crashing on the shoreline, but still there were locals jogging on the beach. The Moroccan lunch with chicken and lamb couscous was truly ...

    Hey This Isn't Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 26, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... back in the opposite direction and climbed a very steep set of stairs to the mausoleum of Mohammed V, the father of democracy in Morocco. The King died in 1961 and is the grandfather of the present King. The mausoleum was made entirely of marble and was guarded by four men in funny green uniforms and unlike the “shush” police who guard Lenin's Tomb these guys seemed oblivious to chatter (although most people were speaking in whispers).