Mercure Rabat Sheherazade

Address: 21 Rue de Tunis, Rabat, 10000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 21 Rue de Tunis, Rabat, is near Mausoleum of Mohammad V, Kasbah des Oudaias, Medina of Rabat, and Chellah.
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      Level up: travelled to a new continent

      A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Nov 03, 2014

      ... met, study English in the university. I think the language programs in Morocco are intensive, because these students know a minimum of 4 languages (classic Arabic, the Moroccan dialect of Arabic, French, & English). As we made our way to Chefchaouen, we had a group stop in the Rif Mountains, where we visited a young couple living in a rural setting. This couple has three children: 10, 8, and 2, and is based on an agricultural lifestyle. They have electricity and plumbing (they have ...


      A travel blog entry by marco on Mar 23, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... les couchers de soleil en pleine face chaque soir qu’il fait beau, l’accès à la plage 20 minutes les dimanches, les cafés, la bouffe…

      Pour information, oui, je me suis trouvé une boîte de papier d’aluminium avec cette fameuse arrête dentelée permettant de retrouver une certaine normalité domestique, à tout le moins. Je vous en fais part en image.

      Le prochain blog : un festival de ...

      So Much is So Good

      A travel blog entry by hrehak on Mar 18, 2014

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... and then, of course, a little sad. All in all ...

      Call Me Béné-Vol

      A travel blog entry by maggiedavies on Feb 21, 2014

      In French, volunteers are called "béné-vols," and after this week I'm more a full-time volunteer than a student. Since Monday I've worked 9-4:30 every day and I'm tired enough to prove it. Mostly I helped out in the kitchen/restaurant of the center. With my assistance kids baked cakes, set tables, cleaned every surface conceivable, made sandwiches, folded napkins, served dessert, and all the other daily tasks involved in a working ...

      Aa-ila: Family

      A travel blog entry by campelis on Jan 31, 2014

      23 photos

      Aa-ila means family in Moroccan Arabic.

      Last night was my first night in my homestay, and I instantly fell in love with each and every member of my new Aa-ila. There is a language barrier, but it's been proven to me over the past 24 hours that language is not always a key component in communication - even cross-culturally. There is an unspoken respect and genuine love for ...