Nasser Palace

Address: Ksar Hassilabied, Hassilabied, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Ksar Hassilabied, Hassilabied, is near Merzouga Dunes.
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      Travel Blogs from Hassilabied

      Merzouga

      A travel blog entry by joshualyon on Dec 30, 2014

      ... take each day. There are plenty of fossil mines and crystal mines that are world renowned and exhibited at the Tucson fair each year. Once I said I was from AZ, everyone had a brother or friend that was in Tucson or had been there. These two local villages of Amizigh, are very humble and take pride in who they are and work as a collective to help each other survive. Very peaceful ...

      Fes - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 22, 2014

      2 comments, 29 photos

      ... thirty call to prayer. We would become used to the way the call punctuated each day's business with a reminder of what was of higher importance. In this way, Allah's presence permeates and weaves itself into daily life and thought, and has tour guides looking edgily at their watches as they find places to park their groups for a few minutes. The first photo I have put up is taken from the top of our Riad, looking across the medina, which spills down into ...

      Interim..long day's journey

      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 22, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... wait for the ferry's departure. Things seemed to falling into place; with luck, we would get a neat connection to the train from Tangier to Fes. It was a large, express ferry. We queued up to get our passports stamped as we slowly slipped away from the European shore, and turned toward Africa. An uneventful voyage across the Strait of Gibraltar, unless you count a very arrogant group of Germans who somehow pushed their way to the front of the passport queue much to ...

      Send Your Camel To Bed

      A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 03, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... for the past few days. I am at a loss for the proper words to describe the camel. Given my average Scrabble score, I am already starting with a handicap. But bumpy but soft depending if the camels footing changes in the soft sand, jarring and smooth depending on the angle the camel is walking the dunes, silent and loud depending on what the camel had for lunch. And smelly!!! Cause Camels **** like they are on a warm beer and beans diet. If is also a thigh burner too as ...

      Desert days.

      A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Aug 21, 2014

      4 photos

      ... I remember santa getting me a Barbie doll that could swim, I also remember panicking that Father Christmas wouldn't be able to get in as there was no chimney so made mum and dad show me the sliding doors were open, turns out that santa even left some snowey foot prints!! But back to the point...I remember the camel ride. I had a tea towel scarf thing wrapped around my head and the trip was fun! What I don't remember was the sore ****. I expect mum does though!! We trecked over ...