Moevenpick Hotel Casablanca
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... the fading doorways, while Avril turned her camera lens on yet another group of three demiurges in the service of the feline goddess, Cuteness.
Avril has the soul of an artist. But she also has her practical side which she felt called upon to employ:
"We haven't seen any mice in all our time in Morocco," she argued in their defense.
"Yeah, and we haven't seen any elephants either," I replied.
Not surprisingly, my acute powers of observation ...
... reduced the ship's speed to an extent that we did not arrive with
enough time to do the 300 kms round trip south to Marrakesh.
Therefore we had to plan our own little exploration trip in
Although 3+ million
people live in Casablanca there is not too much to see from a tourist
point of view. Throughout history the place has been built and
pillaged a number of times and it has had its fair share of
earthquakes so there is not ...
... to the tomato growing region. Morocco produces tomatoes of the highest quality. They are exported to Europe with a 60% reduction in tariffs, because they are so coveted. We saw huge fields of tomato plants growing near the Ocean and on the other side of the road. Then there were fields and fields of many different vegetables and always the coast on our left. We stopped for lunch in village of Sidi Bouzid. We had barbecued chicken ...
... THE TOP FIVE:</b> - <b>Riad Malika:</b> I feel also most sad to kick off a list with accommodation. Having the opportunity to experience staying in a Riad in Morocco is in my opinion one of the best reasons for coming here. So often in cities you have to make a choice of being central and dealing with the hustle and bustle or more remote and peaceful. Here you don't need to compromise at all and can have the best of two worlds making a city break actually ...
... be on Moroccan soil. The airport being located about forty minutes outside of Casablanca it was great to have a transfer organised so we could just sit back and take in the scenery as we made our way into town. This too was our first exposure to the polite chaos of Moroccan traffic, to us it was mayhem, however whilst there is the regular use of the car horn (and lots of minor bingles) there is no sign of aggression.
Our hotel ...