Hotel Annakhil

23 bis, Rue d'Alger, Rabat, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rabat

All of the Lines

A travel blog entry by campelis


... br> She challenges me to get outside my lines, and inspires me to write more of them.

In other line news, the clinic was a busy place today. Sitting on the cold tile floor in a stuffed room on the eighth story, I was last in line. After 30 minutes and no motion, the mission was aborted and I left with no solutions. Being sick in a foreign country is never fun, but in many ways, its ...

Visa Quest

A travel blog entry by mushbird25


... next morning we all woke up soaking wet, we haven’t been using the fly sheets as the weather has been dry but after rain all night most of us woke up in puddles. My sleep mat, pillow and hair were soaking. We packed everything up and the truck now looked like a Chinese laundry with everything hanging from the netting above our heads to dry.

To cut a long story short we spend the next 4 days backwards to ...

Hey This Isn't Lebanon

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... Kasbah and we ended up having mint tea at Cafe Maure.

Mint tea appears to be a national obsession in Morocco and if you ever decide to visit and order the tea … ask for tea “sans sucre” unless you like eating a cup of sugar. Oh my God! It was all I could do to choke it down. And to top it off, I was offered a little honey filled cookie to go with my tea. Now I have a horrible sweat tooth, but I am pretty sure between the tea and the cookie, ...

The First Day of Ramadan, Spaniards Gave to Me...

A travel blog entry by mchilds

... there's something in the water, or maybe it was the heat. It was unbearable in the bathing room this morning. I think Moroccan weather has spoiled me. While I know, objectively, that it wasn't outrageously hot or humid this morning compared to how it probably is back home, I've been kind of miserable all day. I'm going to straight up die when I get back to Texas.The good news is that I'll be able to die in the comfort of air conditioning. Alhamdulillah.

The Road to Rabat

A travel blog entry by katieandrod


... tiling and carvings and the ocean lapping up at the side.
Afterwards we headed into the city for a late lunch and found a lovely little café – unfortunately Rick’s Café doesn’t actually exist though!
This left a small amount of time to wander around the city however with the rain, it was quite difficult anyway so didn’t explore much here.
Back on ...


This hotel, located on 23 bis, Rue d'Alger, Rabat, is near Beaches of Essaouira, Downtown Rabat, National Archaeology Museum, and Taff's Diving.
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