Hotel El Hani

Address: Bd Mohamed V no65, Beni Mellal, 23000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bd Mohamed V no65, Beni Mellal.
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Travel Blogs from Beni Mellal

Lake Tislite

A travel blog entry by dani.bora on Sep 03, 2008

The day my guide and I leave the peacefulness of the Cascades d'Ouzoud is quite strange. I wake up with the rising sun, try to snooze a little longer but lying down I put my face right on top of a wasp that was chilling in bed with me. And the ***** stings me under my chin! So, well, I kinda have to get up at this point, frantically looking for some Savlon in my first aid box, then when the pain subsides a little and am about to prepare my morning ...

Azrou- Beni Mellal

A travel blog entry by monworld on Aug 16, 2008

... hot...of course you cannot open the window as the air outside almost burns... Passes the red town of Khenifra where we stop to buy and eat something, (heat, heat, heat) With the air conditioning going on and off we finally get to Beni Mellal where we will stay the night at Hotel Al Bassatine, a little expensive (almost 50€ double room per night) but the swiming pool and the air conditioning sure made up for it ...

Cascades D'Ozoud

A travel blog entry by l-lightning on Aug 05, 2007

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... have to slepp there make it to the hostel that you find on your way down to the waterfalls, I don't remember its name but it looked nice. We stayed at this piece of **** called Dar Es Salam, try to avoid it small beds for the same price. next stop ...

The Desert!

A travel blog entry by shelwar83 on Apr 12, 2007

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... day. There was a kitten there that was really cute but quite young and scared of us when we went and sat near him, but the mum was really nice and didnt seem to mind. That evening the hotel people came in and played the bongos and danced with some poy, and then let us have a go and tried to get us involved which was really nice. The next day we went for a walk in the desert and claire started moving stones to see what was under them. We found a scorpion under one! We also saw a ...

Oh What a Day!

A travel blog entry by shelwar83 on Apr 02, 2007

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... through Omad Berhill, then just before the turning up the tizi and test road we came to a stop before a police check. Then we started reversing back and pulled into the side of the road. Eventually the guy who spoke a lttle english told us we had broken down and were waiting for the mechanic from the village ahead of us. We got off the bus then about half an hour later the mechanic turned up in a taxi and didnt seem to do very much. Then all the men started pushing ...