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- Swimming pool
- Adjoining Rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Nasser Palace Hassilabied
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... an abrupt one as soon as the road became level - suddenly sand swelled off to the sides of the road, a forest of palms exiled all but the last few trees and the lighter sand saw a shift in the colour of the earthen buildings. Stores selling fossils were in frequent supply, with the area once a prehistoric ocean. We stopped in Erresseni for a local Moroccan pizza (a dry, flat calzone - though tasty) and immediately discovered we were in a different kind of heat. It was hot in the sun ...
It was our earliest start for the while time we have been away; up at 5am to camle ride to the top of the dunes to watch the sun rise. Surprisingly, no one needed a wake up call, we were all awake at 4:30am and just lay side by side and watched the Milky Way and other stars and planets. Our chariots were waiting patiently, sitting by the Moroccan chocolates (camel poo!) and in no time we were off again at a casual ...
... porch where we get a little breeze. We traveled by 4x4 vehicles to explore the area. The Sahara was once a great sea and fossils from 520 millions years ago are abundant. Many locals make their living from these fossils. We visited a business that collects fossil slaps and makes small decorative items as well as tables, countertops and sinks from the fossilized rock. We strolled through a ...
... trilobite fossils embedded in the stone. There were geodes and minerals as well. I fell in love with a sand rose which we bought. It is heavy and it will ride the bus till our last night. Hopefully my tagine and sand rose will fit in our carryon bag! Too heavy to go in our duffle bags! They would fit but we would have to pay over weight! Next we drove to the village of Rissani, which is a Berber village, as are all of the villages and towns in the ...
... of what they are in Spain. Meknes, Marakesh and Fez are all at the foot of mountains. We first crossed the Saiss Plain, which is the most fertile land where olive trees, and all fruit trees grow in a Mediterranean climate. There were so many olive and fruit tree groves! As we climbed the Mid Atlas Mountains it started to snow. We came to our first Berber town called Immouzzar which means waterfalls in the Berber language. It is a beautiful land with many ...