Atlas Targa & Resort

Douar Bouchareb Targa, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 3 star resort
Prices starting from $117.00
 

Travel Blogs from Marrakech

Morocco

A travel blog entry by nomadic1

50

... in Morocco. Time and again I found myself getting short with these scumbag scammers. My final night in Marrakesh ended with me almost getting into a fight with one of these jack asses. After I had repeatedly told some guy to leave me alone, he too, called me a racist. I had been stewing on this since the first guy called me that and I lost it.

‘I’m a racist? Well, you’re an *******!’ I shouted, pointing my finger in his face.

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WALKING IN MARRAKECH

A travel blog entry by halfpine

1

... a video game. Everything is allowed. Everything is at a high speed. There are very few traffic lights. There are no rules. If you are a pedestrian and you want to cross the road, it's no good waiting, you have to launch yourself in the traffic. The traffic won't stop, but they'll skillfully avoid you. If they are in a good mood, maybe they'll slow down a little. It's totally lawless. I loved it. And I witnessed no accidents. ...

Morocco bound and then home!

A travel blog entry by smirkleby

1
14

... into a nice riad and live it up for my last few days. So many choices...

So, I'll reflect more when I have been home but so far my trip has been excellent and I don't regret a moment or he fact that I'm now homeless and skint! It sometimes feels like this nomadic life has been for ages: at other times just a few weeks.

Would I do it again? You bet! But where? South America are the only continents I've not set foot on yet...
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A sunset in North Africa

A travel blog entry by abittyman

7

... on the floor. He continual pursues the illusive state of victory to have his reptilian body be half in shade and sun. At rest he appears cut from jade. In one moment he seems aware of that he is acting as some artistic substitute for the slightly miss balanced placing of the cactus plants on the tile floor.
The ever present dust of the semiarid and sunbaked environment is played well against the walls and tiles of bleached out ...

Morroco Mayhem

A travel blog entry by gregandtash

1
11

... II mosque which is open to non-Muslims for tours so I went and checked it out. Impressive building both inside and out. One interesting fact is the green laser which at night shoots a beam in the direction of Mecca, the most holy place for Islam. From Casa we headed to Marrakech. This place is crazy and is well known for its square, the Djemma El Fna, where snake charmers playing flutes have cobras up and dancing, drummers, dancers, and food ...

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Location

This 3 star resort, located on Douar Bouchareb Targa, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Hammam Ziani, Arsat Moulay Abdeslam Cyber Park, and Ali Ben Youssef Mosque.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good