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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... 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Hassan II was one serious muslim - it was built on the water because the Quoran says that "Gods throne was on the water", it is the largest mosque in Morocco and seventh largest in the world and keen to get a "first", he had it built with a 210m (60 storeys) high minaret, the highest in the ...
... when I passed through here on my 10 day saga exploring every single neighbourhood of the city. Not a lot has changed since then… and I don’t loiter around much. I have a very clear mission today. After Sidi Maarouf, the city fades away—but not completely. There are still some random businesses and small industry interspersed by wheatfields and there are actually a couple of other pedestrians along the potholed, dusty road connecting Sidi Maarouf to Boskoura, ...
... called "thief!", every man in a 500 meter radius would come running and administer quick street justice. Nowadays, no one wants to get involved when someone is being attacked. So the criminals are just getting bolder and bolder, and the the rest of the population is becoming more and more fearful.
A colleague of mine was robbed and then had his glasses smashed into his face. A few months later I asked him how he was doing. "I don't walk places any more, I just go by ...
... 8212;but right behind the houses on both sides are open fields!
No park benches or really any suitable place for a concert anywhere. Finally I just prop my camera on a stack of rocks in a field with a row of houses behind me.
Ben Yakhlef won’t be winning any awards for anything that’s for sure. But I am still happy to have "discovered" a new town and am able to add another notch to my belt.
And so I hike on back to Mohammedia and a catch a bus ...
... is by having "connections".
So is this city gradually working its way to being fully developed society, or is it a disaster waiting to happen? What lessons does this region have for the rest of the world? Hopefully by the end up this journey I'll have some answers.
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So the first couple of days here in Casablanca I won't really do any serious, systematic exploration. Just wander around and get the feel for the place... ...