Radisson Blu Resort, Saidia

Mediterranea Saidia, Berkane, 60600, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mediterranea Saidia, Berkane.
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Travel Blogs from Berkane

Picnic!

A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 08, 2012

8 photos

... and what we were planning to do for our visit. There were many exciting things to look forward to. Once lunch was over, we learned how to say goodbye in Arabic. "Ma'a Salama' is goodbye. We then decided to take the streets and walk around. We roamed the streets in the city and said hello to those who Mr. and Mrs. Fajri knew. It was a ...

Bed

A travel blog entry by travel-marathon on Aug 13, 2011

... the french stick I'd bought in Madrid yesterday, and a tap water bottle refill I'd made an hour earlier at Almeria station. I also had a sachet of salt (helps prevent dehydration) that I had 'aquired' from a counter cafe in Madrid.  By 11am, I was checked in at the port and ready to board. It was an amazing boat. Huge great hydrofoil thing. Three long bits sticking in the water to stabilise it and help it go fast. Inside it was spacious with comfortable chairs and ...

Travel on the Zegzel Gorge

A travel blog entry by ivan.mclellan on May 07, 2011

Saturday, May 7

The call to prayer at 4:45 AM was a loud and clear, however we did stay in bed, and skipped the prayers. In Saidia we did not get any telephone reception so we could receive no bad news!

We were quite fascinated that there were no signs about the Algerian border anywhere
that we drove, perhaps we weren't close enough to the border.

We left at 8 AM heading towards Berkane to travel on the Zegzel Gorge, one of the most ...

50

A travel blog entry by papayaprincess on Jul 14, 2007

2 comments, 33 photos

Well I have finally topped a small goal of mine, I have now visited 50 countries (countries according to my country book)...(I haven't completely updated all my trips on here, hence the 43 rather than 50) It was a great weekend! It is a completely different lifestyle ...

Muslim celebrations and non-Muslim activities

A travel blog entry by raymondc on May 15, 2003

Yesterday was another holiday, for the birth of the prophet, Mahomad. When we walked through the medina there was a four-man band, the men dressed in green jackets, two playing drums and two playing a tune over and over on trumpet-like instruments. A small group of children was following them. We met up with them a couple of times. We walked to the cascades behind the medina and up a mountain to the ruins of a ...