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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... Landscape (people altering or using their environment to their advantage-- CH 2) of the Berbers.(Moroccan Heritage & People) I saw gardens and hotels that were very beautiful and tranquilizing but the people were quite frantic. I witnessed superb bartering skills from seasoned locals who adamantly protested for a “fairer” price and ended up paying less than half of the seller’s initial price. ...
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We had to turn the clock back 2 hours, which meant a 26 hr day, I like it. We arrived at 2 pm, zipped through customs and easily found the train station downstairs. It is considerably warmer here, around 25C. We transferred after 3 stops to train that would get us to Casa Porte.
... Tallest Minaret in the World…on through a eerily quiet downtown, and onto Boulevard Tachfine, one of Casablanca’s main arteries, spoking out from the city center. At first it looks like little has changed, as I trudge through the shabby, semi-industrial section of town. Then, suddenly it reappears, the tramway line being built, that turns the wide boulevard into a two lane street—something it seems to be doing all around Casablanca, making ...
... luxurious, but not poor looking either. I wonder what it must feel like, after perhaps generations of a rural lifestyle, to watch the city slowly inching towards them like an unstoppable glacier.
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