Riad Hotel L'Arganier D'Or

Address: Zaouiat Ifergane, Taroudant, Sous-Massa-Deraa Region, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Zaouiat Ifergane, Taroudant.
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      Travel Blogs from Taroudant

      Last Two Tics

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on May 22, 2014

      18 photos

      ... of finding a hotel before dark was in question. Villages along the way were few and far between. We were going this way for the scenic views so we certainly did not want to be driving in the dark. A few kilometers before Oued Behril, we saw several small billboards advertising hotels, one a Palace and the other a Motel.

      The dusty town was bigger than we expected. The first hotel in ...

      Good Timing

      A travel blog entry by rachemurphy on Mar 23, 2013

      12 photos

      ... be taken by petite taxi to the guest house as it had started to rain! He met me back there; showed me the setup of the place and then brought me out to the main square for coffee and got me a little box of morroccan cakes/pastries as a welcome. Very nice!

      Some of my observations from my time in this area

      The wafting scent of orange blossom trees is indulgent and calming; there was one just beside a terrace we had coffee ...

      Me in morrocco

      A travel blog entry by safir on Oct 02, 2012

      I've been on my own in Morocco for the past two weeks, as of last week and those from now on I am living with a typical traditional Moroccan family. There is Fatima, the grandma, her spinster daughter, Arkia, her son Ahmed, his wife Fatima and their 7 yr old daughter Radija. I am spending about a month here trying to learn darija, the local Arabic dialect and working on a photo project. Both are moving slowly. I have a ...

      1259. The Place where you Feel Connected

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Apr 04, 2012

      8 photos

      ... much more than that. I think people from places like Assaka are very aware of history and the hundreds of years of wars, oppression, and intertribal and interracial strife. They know that, in the big cities and foreign lands, things may go OK for years and decades. As long as there is economic prosperity, people from different races and tribes will live together in peace. But a day will come when the money well will dry up, and those old ...

      Hitching, German Max, Grand Taxis

      A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge on Apr 09, 2011

      7 photos

      From Essaouira we hitch-hiked along the coast, much to the incredulity of the hotel staff and the anger of the taxi drivers who told us it was impossible to hitch in Morocco. Actually, our hitch was extremely easy, as Jim and Sara had said, and we got down to Agadir very quickly in three lifts. Others stopped for us but either weren't going our way or had a little trouble with my GCSE B-grade(!) french. Our first two lifts were Moroccans, one a director of a construction project and ...