Novotel Casablanca City Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Casablanca City Center
I am a single women traveling by myself and wanted a good hotel to stay at for a couple if nights before meeting up with my tour. The novatel was perfect for this. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the stuff were helpful. They have a bar and a restaurant, which were both nice and convenient so that you don't have to walk around town at night too much by yourself until you get your bearings.
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... to pray or listen to the imam. We also discovered that during special occasions the roof is actually able to be opened electronically, allowing natural light to pour through during services. Upon hearing this a fellow classmate and myself literally stared at the ceiling for several minutes trying to comprehend how this architecture was even possible.
An interesting aspect to observe as a Catholic is how ...
... line wasn't correct. Luckily, he's a bright young man and it only took him a couple of days to work out the teasing and to start dishing it out.
He took everyone to task on our behalf whenever they needed it. It was so funny to watch him get out of the car, and go off to argue with someone about why we couldn't park there, or why the driver was blocking the road, or why the restaurant didn't ...
... 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 ...
... of wetlands with some ducks waterfowl chilling out in the marshes.
I decided I’ve followed the highway long enough and opt to cut through the forest and fields towards the coast. No real path, but with no fences or high undergrowth, it’s quite easy just to blaze my own trail. Eventually the trees thin out, and it’s a sloping harvested wheatfield with a couple cows and horses sheep grazing, and a young fellow hauling water from ...
... restored and is presently used as a military post. The gate is kind of cool, but I doubt it'll be put on the tourist circuit any time soon...
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On down the Road
The day is still very young and I’d really like to discover something more-- and according to Google Earth, there should be a "town" not too far down the road, although I don’t ...