Kasbah Hotel Asmaa Rissani

BP 49, Route Erfoud-Rissani, Rissani, 52450, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel is located on BP 49, Route Erfoud-Rissani, Rissani.
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Travel Blogs from Rissani

1480. A Cool Clifftop Village

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

13 photos

... to pick up the pace or I’m going to end up in Arfoud very late at night.

One nice thing about starting a long hike at 3 PM is you avoid the hot hours of the day. 26 kilometers in cool weather is nothing. It’s hiking in the direct sun that really wears you out. Over the next 22 kilometers I see little more than the stars and an occasional headlight coming my way. Who ...

1479. Back to the Fascinating Mud Castle Region

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 12, 2013

11 photos

... Meknes, and chill out at the station until 5 in the morning to catch the first bus south… not comfortable, but I’ll manage. Things are looking good until we reach Azrou. It’s very cold, and it doesn’t seem like the bus is in any hurry to get going. I get shuffled from one bus to another to another, still not sure what’s going on, until someone explains, "the road is blocked because of the snow".

Rock the Kasbah-Journey to the Sahara

A travel blog entry by roryandshelley on Jun 13, 2012

39 photos

How is it that I can't get out bed with out at least 2 snooze hits while employed, yet I can get up at the crack of dawn while on holiday?

Rory and I were 'picked up’ from our hostel at 7am. When I say ‘picked up’, I mean a guy on a motorbike rode to our hostel then walked us to the main square. We could have just met the mini van at the main square!

There were 9 of us aboard our van – a couple from Uruguay, a ...

An explosion of Moroccan fun in the Arabian dunes

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 21, 2011

10 photos

... a longer trip for us to drive deeper into the desert and spend a few more days. He told Shelby and me that it takes a day or two to lose the feeling of ‘getting things done’ and other western notions and then the desert really begins to reveal itself more completely. In the morning we exchanged information and perhaps return when we have more time (crazy thought when you are on a year’s trip). This night was pure magic to my entire family, and writing it down does it little ...

Step 20: Stranded in the Sahara

A travel blog entry by audreyrattay on Jul 17, 2011

2 comments, 15 photos

... continued our journey to Rissani and toured the souk there. This was by far the most photogenic souk/market. The smells were not very nice but the look was so real. There was donkey parking and a goat/sheep market which was kind of sad. After the tour we were invited to a shop for Berber Pizza and Mint Tea. The pizza was delicious. It was almost like a Calzone, fresh with meat, onions and peppers. The melon was refreshing and light.

Following the ...