Le Diwan Rabat
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOki Seaside Hotel Tsurumaru Nishinoshima-cho
Lovely hotel. Only stayed one night here but loved the robes in the room. Ate in the restaurant and the food was fabulous. Friendly and helpful staff.
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Buffet breakfast at the hotel provided ample choices. Olives were terrific, especially the rose/red ones. There was a huge assortment of breads, many vegetables, eggs, fruits and nuts. I tried one dish that was shaped like a pancake but looked like and tasted like shredded wheat. Tomorrow I will try the Moroccan soup as I'be been told it is a …
Casablanca finally, arriving about 6:00 pm local time or noon Madison time - 24 hours after Barb, Kevin, and Heather picked me up at home. Passport control and customs took another 30 minutes and we were outside on a large plaza in the sunshine, temperature about 66 degrees. Left the airport via bus and had our first views of Morocco along the …
... an expert with a PhD in Political Science from the University if Michigan. He currently is a professor at Mohamed V University in Rabat and is co-founder of the CCCL.
In short, here are a few things I learned from his lecture. Morocco is a working monarchy (as opposed to a symbolic monarchy like England and Denmark among others) and has always been such. The history of Morocco is that of the rise and fall of dynasties. ...
... met, study English in the university. I think the language programs in Morocco are intensive, because these students know a minimum of 4 languages (classic Arabic, the Moroccan dialect of Arabic, French, & English). As we made our way to Chefchaouen, we had a group stop in the Rif Mountains, where we visited a young couple living in a rural setting. This couple has three children: 10, 8, and 2, and is based on an agricultural lifestyle. They have electricity and plumbing (they have ...
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