Mercure Rabat Sheherazade
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An oasis after traveling 25 hours!
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We boarded our flight to Casablanca, and left Paris at 1:25 PM (7:25 AM EST) Our flight was 3 hours and they served a meal! When we landed in Casablanca, it was 23 hours since we left home, and we were still had a van ride from Casablanca to Rabat! We moved our clocks back one hour since Morocco to is west of Paris and an earlier time zone. We went …
... Mais attention, ici, se modernise-t-on pour autant ???
2 hommes sur 5 seulement voudraient abolir la polygamie, plus que la moitié des hommes et des femmes sont contre l'égalité de l'héritage dans les sexes (et oui, une femme ne peut recevoir d'héritage sauf dans certains cas précis), alors que 4 adultes sur 5 sont contre l'avortement et la tolérance envers l'homosexualité. On valorise plus la politesse que l'esprit critique. Plus de ...
... host got in and said: "At the end we are the people wearing suits. That's how it goes around here". Back in the hotel we worked on our speech and PowerPoint. Which was finished by eight so nobody really had an urge to leave the hotel. We had a good dinner there on the terrace. Watching a reception from the German embassy with ladies dressed to the occasion. A busy day, but good ...
... 8217;s likely because I’m not usually thinking about tomorrow. I, for better or worse, am someone who lives very much wherever I am. I of course have periods of transition and adjustment, but like I usually say, that’s only when I have one foot in one city and the other in the next; until then, I cling to what I see and who I’m with, fearing goodbyes that won’t do my relationships justice.
So I am often caught off guard when others aren’t the ...
... out to walk around with her and Kendall. It is gorgeous and warm today—finally!—after a week of temperatures around 60 and rain. If someone tells you Morocco is hot, don't believe it! Warm slippers were my first purchase here and I wear them every night. But I digress. We walked to the Kasbah Oudayas, a smaller walled city separated from the medina which used to be exclusive for European settlers. It's right by the ocean, and ...