Gray Boutique Hotel and Spa
Travel Blogs from Casablanca
... Enjoyed walking through the food parts, seeing all the meat, live birds and veg etc There was a large amount of development and construction going on, there is immense poverty but at the same time some amazing very modern new buildings. From the medina we walked into the city centre and grabbed a bite for a very late lunch I had a morrocan salad which of course had no idea what I was in for, turned out to be lentils, olives and pulses with tomatoes, onions, lettuce etc - ...
... right next to the water and can seat over 100,000 worshippers if need be. We eventually found out that 2/3 of the property actually sits over the water since the builders required more space. As we walked toward the main entrance I found myself looking at the tile in more detail, seeing how each piece had been handmade, painted and placed one by one in amazing patterns.
While the outside is magnificent on ...
Our flight left around 2pm from Casablanca, so after having breakfast at a civilised hour, Hamid drove us the three hours from Marrakesh to catch our plane. Very easy drive along the highway and we were all pretty quiet and a bit sad about coming to the end of our Moroccan holiday.
Hamid helped us all the way to the Immigration point before he said goodbye. He hasn't been out of his country and ...
... surrounding streets but we did not have time to go there. It was getting dark and we were tired. Time to find a taxi to get back to Jumeriah Beach. After unloading our parcels we printed off our boarding passes for tomorrow, Christine went for a swim, and we found a restaurant for dinner - our final dinner in Dubai and our final dinner of our European adventure!!!! Home and packed for an early start ...
... or treatment I’d find outside those doors. Morocco is known for being a hassle capital like Egypt so I was dreading how much effort it would take to travel through the country. Eventually I saw the sun begin to slide up outside and realised I’d have to leave soon so I went downstairs to the train station and thought that the best thing was to firstly get myself to Casablanca (the airport is about 25kms from Casa) and sort it out from there. I asked for a ticket from the vendor ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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