Moevenpick Hotel Casablanca
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... to see little more than the stained glass since it was being used by a man to display art that he made and was covered in pigeon droppings. At least we were allowed to climb the towers to the roof, which allowed for some nice views of the city.
Day 2 was in the car driving to the old, nearby towns of Azemmour and El Jadida which, interestingly, were originally more Portugese than French - I say interesting because although Tangiers is much more Spanish than French, it sits ...
... exception of its freshness there really wasn't anything special about it. It cost 80 dirhams, and the sneaky waiter even charged me salad and bread, which should've come free. I suppose that getting exploited while traveling alone in Morocco is also part of the experience. The Mauresque-styled hotel that I am staying at is reasonably comfortable, but the haunting images of shanty towns that I had passed by from the airport revealed the dilapidation ...
At sea, en route to Morocco. We did nothing! Again we put our clocks forward an hour and so we awoke at 1015 but it was really 1115, so we missed breakfast and went straight to lunch at 1200! I read my book, Sam did an hour in the gym. We had a gala dinner, so all dressed up and had some dancing and saw the fabulous Spanish Flamenco show, and had a great night out!!
... could give me any more information and they were really helpful. My main concern was that we would miss our connecting flight from Casablanca to Accra again at 1am as there is only one flight a day. I was worried that we wouldn't get to Casablanca airport again for our connection and if we were, was there space on the plane? The lady on the other end of the phone reassured me and told me that we had been moved onto that next flight- It was just a matter of ...
These were our last couple of days in Morocco. After driving back to Casablanca from Essaouira, we arranged to meet up with Christine and Stephanie Russo, who had also just arrived in Casablanca, ready to start their tour of Morocco. On Sunday Ron led the five of us on the Lonely Planet walking tour of Casablanca, he was a lot better than some of the local guides that we've had and we didn't need to tip him. After our walk and lunch, we ...