Royal Hotel

13, Av. Zerktouni, Oujda, 60000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13, Av. Zerktouni, Oujda.
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    Travel Blogs from Oujda

    Family/Community Party

    A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 17, 2012

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    The Fajri family treated us to a lovely traditional Moroccan feast. They invited all of their family and friends from around the community. It consisted of many new types of food and games which we enjoyed. We started the evening off with many drinks and talks with all of our host families relatives and friends. We soon started the most important part of the night, the main feast while listening to festive ...

    Picnic!

    A travel blog entry by lakshkarri21 on Feb 08, 2012

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    A few days after we arrived, we went on a picnic at the community park with Mr. and Mrs. Fajri. We learned all the proper customs and greetings. The formal way to say hello is "Salaam". We made sure to greet everyone politely who walked past us. It was a nice relaxing afternoon with food and laughter. We discussed what the proper customs are ...

    Travel on the Zegzel Gorge

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

    ... the coward's way out and I had a sleeping pill, poor Luda counted
    every sheep in New Zealand, then moved onto Australia, tried sticking fingers in her ears, but of course that did not last and all the time I was snoring away getting a good sleep.

    At 9 AM, as promised, we were at the gate to meet our guide, he had an old Mercedes
    car and he looked to be about 50 or 60 years of age dressed in a blue pinstriped suit so at least he looked the part ...

    Side-trip 3: Nomad Country

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 01, 1993

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    ... taxi stops in the shade of a tree, and I head up to explore the town, along it’s sleepy, one street market area which ends and you’re immediately at the end of town. The summer head is stifling and there’s not a lot of shade—as most houses are only one floor high and the neighbourhoods are spaced apart from each other. In fact, Jerada is not really one "town", but a collection of clusters of homes spaced a kilometre or two from each other.

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    A very open closed border

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Nov 05, 1992

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    ... border... My new life in Morocco is too important to risk jeapordizing it on a little stunt like that... Would've been fun, though...

    It’s very heartwarming to see that these two neighbors actually get along a lot better than people think...

    Berkane (0199, 4 hours, 5.8 kms) is almost bit enough to be considered a sister city to Oujda—although very different. Oujda is classy and modern… Berkane is rustic and homey. Oujda is a beige ...