Le Zenith Hotel & Spa
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- Minibar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... a benevolent king who understands the value of western tourism to its economy. In 2000, Mohammed VI set a goal of 10 million tourists annually by 2010 from the present level of 2 million. They built an infrastructure of hotels, roads, golf courses and reached 8 million visitors by 2008 until the great recession hit.
With regard to safety, someone asked Mark how many policemen Morocco has. He immediately quiped, "30 million. Everyone here watches ...
... picture of that door!" "Look at the faded geometric painting on that one!" "Look at the deep carved patterning on that one!" "Look at the beautiful hinges and door knocker on that one!" "Look at the cute little kittens sleeping by that one!" ("Oh no. Not again with the kittens!!")
We've watched carvers and painters in their shops, turning out painstakingly beautiful contemporary work in classic styles. We've also watched them turn out mass tourist ...
... for 1.5 hours later, as neither of us would have woke up..and so at 4pm we set off for our explore... Not getting further than 20 mtrs down the road, as we realised we really needed a map!! We are in the hotel area, but that doesn't mean there is much to see, the streets are wide, traffic civilised without the blaring of horns, and modern clean cars....an extremely modern train station, with the best McDonals food court ...
... of houses and shops that promote a very low standard of living. Some of the city’s poorest areas lie within the confines of the Medina. A wise man once said, ‘If you live in a nice house you often have a **** view or if you live in a **** house you often have a nice view’. This is certainly true of many places we have visited on this trip and Casablanca is no exception. A new development is currently being built, adjacent to the mosque on the ...
... my purchases, the vendors would talk about how much they like Americans, how much they love their king. How much their king likes Americans…It was kind of funny to listen too. The sellers in the market speech little to no English so Arabic or French is preferred. I was excited at the end of the morning that I managed to barter and have a conversation at each stall in French without having to resort to English even once.
The food here is fantastic. Moroccan ...