Royal Hotel Rabat

Address: 1 Rue Amman bp 175, Rabat, 10000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Rue Amman bp 175, Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Chellah, Hassan Tower, and Downtown Rabat.
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      Now in Rabat

      A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Nov 07, 2014

      5 comments, 6 photos

      ... night, we were off to get visas

      They did go well, we then went off to our next bush camp, we got there a bit late, so it was tents up and prepare dinner

      The bush camp was pretty good, lots of trees, and flat areas and well away from anyone

      I was on truck cleaning, they was easy enough, then it was just wait for dinner

      We are here for 2 nights, just have to pack up ...

      Pitching, Swinging and Running Anywhere but Home

      A travel blog entry by campelis on Feb 26, 2014

      ... rewrites, research, arabic classes, journalism classes and trying to remember to eat I've got photo uploads running all day. There's so many memories running through the long white cord that connects my camera to my screen. There's the sand of the desert, the argon oil co-ops, the Marrakech markets and the leather tanneries.

      I can almost smell them all again. That's what photography is about, being able to relive and ...

      Day 2 explore rabat

      A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 19, 2013

      ... pillars that once supported the roof of the mosque until the roof collapsed in an earthquake. For lunch we went to seaside restaurant where we could look out to the Mediterranean sea. We had delicious fresh white fish. After lunch we visited the cemetery of the many graves on the hillside. We then walked to the casbah. Know the difference between a medina and a casbah? The medina is the wall around the city. Everything outside the wall is called new town. Inside ...

      That Baby So Fat, It Look Like A Turkey

      A travel blog entry by mchilds on Jul 08, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... A stanky hallway means it's time to bust out the extra buckets. Luckily, the water came back on about halfway during bathtime, so that was some much needed good news on a morning that didn't seem to be fantastic for anyone. The nurses and kids were both out of sorts today. There's one nurse in particular who is generally super loud and quite happy to see us. She comes blowing into the bathing room calling "Bonjour!" and directs us to kiss her on both cheeks. Today, she came in and ...

      Post-visit: An Unknown Natural Bridge

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 24, 2013

      12 photos

      ... be a little overpriced, just so Sidi Bouknadel can go down in history as the Only Slum Suburb with a Museum that I visited. But foolishly, I continue on my way. I suppose I could stop by here later… The eucalyptus trees continue… soon I’ve got a forest on my left, and a scattering of houses on my right. It seems I’m approaching another town, and I could keep going a bit further. Bit this is the end of the line of the Sidi Bouknadel-Rabat bus, so ...