Moevenpick Hotel Casablanca
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Essential Morocco 8 Day Tour We started our Moroccan adventures 3rd May. The tour we were doing with Travel Talk was a free tour we had got as part of a deal last year when we had booked our big Turkey trip. We flew into Mohammed V airport in Casablanca at 5am in the morning and got a transfer from the airport to the hotel. The guy apparently …
... than a few hours before they are arrested. For the crime of not being married. I'm willing to bet that being thrown in prison for being single doesn't do much to rehabilitate the criminal. It turns out our fears were misplaced. The flight was excellent with delicious food and we had comfortable seats. The weirdness came in a couple of forms. First was the Arabic prayer that was broadcast at the start of the flight. The fact that it was deemed necessary was not very comforting. ...
... rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Paypal had already assumed our credit card was Moroccan so we scrolled through the countries and selected New Zealand. We entered the credit card details, the expiry and the security code and pressed continue and it changed the delivery address to Nissan Morocco, 166 Boulevard Moulay Ismail, Casablanca, Morocco, New Zealand! Three times we tried to pay.....and three times it insisted Morocco was in ...
... population of Casablanca dine in the cafes and restaurants along the tree lined boulevard.
It was nice to stroll along the waters edge watching the waves crashing onto the shore.
A stop at a famous square, saw the old post office and courthouse and 3 brightly clad men ringing bells, unsure of the meaning I asked the guide who told me it was an old custom toting the bells to alert the local people where they could receive a drink of water. These are now more a tourist attraction ...
... opinion—and am told that Boskoura is to the right. I continue on a sun scorched stretch until finally reach the town itself. When I first visited Boskoura back in 2008, I ranked it as one of my worst towns ever. Seemingly dead end industrial streets… littered fields… houses built seemingly randomly… no “soul” whatsoever except for 4 or 5 shops. And it didn’t help that it was pouring down rain and there was nowhere for me to play my ...
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