Hotel Jnane Ain Asserdoune

Address: Hotel Jnane Ain Asserdoune 8 km 4,5, Beni Mellal, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hotel Jnane Ain Asserdoune 8 km 4,5, Beni Mellal.
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Travel Blogs from Beni Mellal

Lake Tislite

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

... starts raining...I really didn't expect to be rainy in Morocco. But it turns out that the overcast weather is actually a good thing, as we have to drive a fair amount of kilometres and the day before yesterday was so hot that I thought my bum would melt and become one with the fake-leather seats of my Landy. Back towards Beni Mellal - half the way between Meknes and Marrakesh - and then we begin climbing the rolling hills that preannounce the ...

Valley of Roses

A travel blog entry by zaynazweena on Nov 22, 2007

We HAD to stop here because this town has one of the best hotels I've ever been to--a rustic palace up on a cliff with a terrace furnished with carpets and pillows overlooking an old kasbah. They have electricity but at night they light the place with candles and lanterns and a roaring fire instead. We went to market and on a crazy hike through the fields along the river that involved several river crossings and sinking knee deep into the ...

The Desert!

A travel blog entry by shelwar83 on Apr 12, 2007

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The taxi dropped us off at the hostel which was right on the edge of the desert. the man came out of the place and spoke to the taxi driver and were not too sure what they were saying but they told him we'd had some hassle. He showed us to our room which was really cute and cosy and we ordered some drinks. The hostel had a large room with lots of sofas in it covered with blankets and rugs. it was really nice and cosy. We booked our camel trip with him and then chilled out for the rest ...

Oh What a Day!

A travel blog entry by shelwar83 on Apr 02, 2007

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... my french is very bad, but i actually said je francais es tres mal, which means i french is very hurt! The otehr guy was still in a mood and it wasnt until we were on the bus we realised he hadnt gave us any tickets. A guy came to see if we had paid and luckily a moroccan guy was sat near us who spoke a little us and explained for us, and he gave us some tickets anyway. The tickets actually said we should have paid 54 dirhams to Quarzazate, so we had been really ripped, off. ...

Into the Ouzud hills

A travel blog entry by onsixwheels on Dec 14, 2006

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Demnate is one of Morocco's oldest 'Jewish towns'; in the foothills of the cold mountains. The city is neat, full of history and people that look distinctly different from all of Morocco. It's an odd mixture of things... It's larger than it looks on the map, and has a busy main street with lots of shops, donkey cart vendors selling juicy tangerines, and men hanging out in coffee shops. Upon arriving in town, we stopped at a little side shop and got some snacks to charge up ...