Le Zenith Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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... general is delicious without being overly spicy, there are also French restaurants everywhere, and almost as many seafood restaurants as Seattle! To appeal to the American tourist, they have even opened a Rick's café in Casablanca. From the outside, it doesn’t look like much, but inside, it is beautiful. It is a bit overpriced for Morocco and the food is not particularly authentic, but you kind of have to go once just to say you have been. We have a few favorite ...
... in the day, came out of their room and greeted us, and Eunice offered to make us a pot of tea, which we gratefully accepted. Twenty minutes later he came out with a silver tray holding a traditionally Moroccan tea pot and 6 painted glasses. We watched him pour the tea, lifting up the pot higher and higher as he poured, and we could smell the sweet, herby smell of mint. We sat back and enjoyed our first taste of the drink of Morocco, a strongly sweetened mint tea, ...
... what wind is like!! I also decided to take a travel pill as the sea was quite rough. We got on board & had to go through Morocco customs on board & we didn't complete this until we were pulling into Morocco. We then got off the ferry & onto a bus for the trip to Casablanca. On the way we stopped at Larache for lunch. It was now 2.30 Moroccan time or 3.30 Spanish time. While we were there having lunch Ben, one of ...
... the day. Went to a rug shop where there was a huge selection of both rugs and linen/ table cloths in size, colour and product from cactus 'threads' to camel hair to lambs wool. Some were absolutely beautiful, one 'cloth' I liked was only €550, not for me. Rabat is not far from Casablanca, one way we went along the highway, coming back along the Corniche or the Atlantic coast so saw a lot of country/ towns not just the big cities so that was good. Rabat is the ...
... to one about 100m up the road, as this was where we would be meeting our group as part of the Intrepid tour. This was a more expensive hotel, but we immediately missed the one we had just left. The new one was smaller, had twin beds and no Wi-Fi. We wouldn't be hanging out in it for long, so no real complaints; just a slight confusion about how these things are priced.
Since we had squandered so much of our time in Casablanca already and this would be our ...