Riad Christina

Address: 136, derb Jdid, Marrakech, 40008 , Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 136, derb Jdid, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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        Travel Blogs from Marrakech

        The last day

        A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Oct 10, 2015

        9 photos

        ... 160; It was only when I was on my way back to the main street that I ran into this street with all these men making products such as bags, pillows, belts and everything, the wholesalers in a way. I saw one bag that I thought Dina would like in this one store and the guy didn’t get up for me. He then gave me a price of 280, which was quite good from what I thought. He was making the bags right in front of me and had a stack of about 30 cow leather skins and about 20 ...

        Medina madness

        A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 06, 2015

        ... dress and scenery having not altered hugely in over one hundred years. Of course, people here have begun to be westernised. Many people wear sports wear, jeans and football shirts, but equally, a large proportion of the population still opt for the woollen clothing and leather sandals and slippers that have endured the test of time. My favourites, however, are the mixture of old and new - women in long gowns made of synthetic leopard fur or zebra print in ...

        Marbella to Marrakech

        A travel blog entry by mistere on May 30, 2014

        4 comments, 27 photos

        ... fuel station advertising ferry tickets, bought one for the next available ferry and landed in Ceuta a couple of hours later.

        I had read warnings in guide books and articles about people in the port hassling you trying to help you fill in documents in return for money, I had also read to ignore them and they will go away, also that Ceuta was a less frenetic place to enter Morocco. On the ferry I filled in my visiting visa form and asked for ...

        First Day of "Camp"

        A travel blog entry by georgia_d on Apr 08, 2013

        17 photos

        ... the mountains I introduced myself to the 5 students from England, Bonnie, Rose, Minnie, James and Dan. Since we were on separate buses I didn't get to talk to them again until after lunch. Lunch was a traditional tajine and we had some free time after that to get to know each other. I started this free time by walking up the road a bit with some of the Moroccan students to a little stream. Once we got back I sat on the steps with the students from England and ...

        You are never lost, only discovering

        A travel blog entry by abbysheppard on Mar 21, 2012

        7 photos

        ... Aya at Mellah market.

        We were offered King's tea- made up of loose green tea, saffron, aniseed stars, juniper, ginsing, dried mint & strong crystal mint- topped with hot water- delicious :)
        He then put powdered rose face mask on one of our hands and made us smell a black seeds wrapped in a cloth- it was intense, like a kick in the nostrils.
        I buy a little of the face mask & he gives us a clay pummice ...