Le Zenith Hotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... was pretty harmless. Apart from the plethora of oppressed women there was only one noteworthy event. We walked passed an unmanned security point on the way to our gate. As we hesitated about which direction it was in a sleepy guard emerged from a door and casually waved us back past the metal detector. We waited for a bit while the x-ray machine warmed up and then the guard scanned our stuff and we walked through the detectors. Well the guys did anyway. The girls were gestured ...
... EBay before, it didn't accept my password so I had to re-register. Then it asked for a billing address so I gave our UK contact address, the same one we gave when we bought the van. So far so good! Then it asked for a posting address, so we gave the Nissan Morocco address. So far so good! Then we came to pay and the only option is to go through to the Paypal website; even if you want to pay by VISA, you end up on the Paypal website.
We were only in Casablanca for approx 5 hours but in that time we were able to experience different aspects of this fascinating place.Leaving the port we arrived at Hassan II Mosque, completed in 1993 the mosque is one of the largest and most beautiful in the world. It's gleaming newness and tremendous wealth is a stark contrast against the rest of Casablanca. The Mosque is situated on a promontory looking out to the Atlantic. The minaret at 869 Feet is the tallest structure in Morocco ...
... apparently Tit Mellil gets the honors of hosting the provincial capital. Other than that, nothing seems to have changed since 2008, and I don’t really feel like retracing my steps. I catch bus 120 back to Casablanca, where I spend the remainder of my “Adventure Hours” in a shady plaza working on some of my songs. Not a super-exciting day… but this day will go down forever in history as “The Day I Hiked from Casablanca to Tit ...
... next one the kind driver actually spoke English and explained that it would be much easier and cheaper to get a bus. Thanking him for his honesty I headed inside the station to be met by loud noises and people rushing everywhere. It was crazy. Thankfully some of the signs on the different bus companies were in English so I could read their destinations.
I found a company that advertised that they ran to Chefchaouen and just as I’m about to line up to my utter ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility