Riad Rahba Marrakech

Address: 53 Rue Rahba Lakdema, Marrakech, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 53 Rue Rahba Lakdema, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Tanneries, Mellah, and Maison Tiskiwin.
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      Travel Blogs from Marrakech

      Once more into the breach, dear friends...

      A travel blog entry by cisamcgu on Apr 12, 2015

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      ... or so we thought. After wandering, and unknown to us, lost, we arrived at what we thought was the museum. Well, it was a museum but not the one we wanted - but in for a penny in for a Dirham as they say here, we paid the entrance fee and went into the museum. It was small, neat, uninformative and slightly dull, but the lady at reception was charming and did direct us to the correct museum as we left !

      After a spot of map ...

      What's your favorite destination?

      A travel blog entry by vanhise on Apr 12, 2015

      At dinner last night, this well traveled group was discussing that Morocco has been named (not sure by who) as the #1 travel destination in the world. Having been here for a week, we found this so surprising. Yes there are beautiful areas and yes, the medina shopping is a real experience and yes we all loved the camel ride in the Sahara. But in the cities the ...

      I survived the Pass!

      A travel blog entry by vanhise on Apr 11, 2015

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      ... or killed. Second his profligate ways put the country in so much debt that he had to ask the French for assistance, leading to the Protectorate that lasted until Moroccan independence in 1961. We asked what happened to the wives and children when the Sultan died and we were told they "just disappeared" This is the end of the official G Adventure trip. I am on my own for the next two days and have no plans. One young woman from the trip is also staying so we'll do something ...

      Exotic sights and smells of Marrakech

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Oct 24, 2014

      145 photos

      ... the way to Marrakech, he began to educate us on the culture and history of Morocco. He told us that Morocco is very friendly to westerners, and welcoming of all religions, particularly Jews, who have lived in Morocco since before the 8th century when the country was first established. I did feel immediately less conspicuous as a westerner than I had in Istanbul, perhaps because there was a far more concentrated location for tourists in the medina in Marrakech than ...

      6 days - 31 acts of kindness

      A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Mar 23, 2014

      58 photos

      ... aged seat covers. We bobbed along, hoisted out at Asni to change buses. "No, no more pay" yelled our enthusiastic conductor at the hopeful looking new driver. The road climbed. Passengers got on and off. A lady bent over, whether due to carrying a baby or due to a hunchback condition filled the space next to me and smelt of milk. The valley became a river and the river became broad and boulder filled. Flashes of green between the limestone and shale ...