Riad Asmitou

Address: 32 rue Bagdad, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 32 rue Bagdad, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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      Sea side town.

      A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Aug 18, 2014

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      ... moist room. It actually had mould growing on the walls. We dumped our bags and got the hell out of that dark room, we were in need if food and fresh air. We wandered the street of Essaouira and some lunch...you guessed it, Tagine & cous cous! We headed back to the hostel. The only area for wifi was in the main hostel next door to where we were staying. Jed went back to the room to use the bathroom, when he went in there was a whole family eating lunch, weird?! He ...


      A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Dec 10, 2013

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      ... my meals better meant that I didn't starve. Since I cannot afford anything more, I have boiled water and put it into my bottle instead of buying bottled water. What do I have left for the rest of my days, well it's a measly 120 dirham which equates to roughly 12 dollars, not a whole lot when I need to cover my own meals for a total of 2 full days. Desperate purchases of the day & Cleaver bargaining - I was still in search of 2 items but only wanted to spent 120 for ...

      No Apologies, Better to be Alone

      A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 03, 2013

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      ... at a smart and youthful looking pasta bar, so there we dined, at the Baladin, on pesto garlic spaghetti and tomato mozarella salad. Much to my joy I also sussed out a link to some nearby wifi. Its seldom I have had a good connection here. When I do find them they are so slow, that very little can be done.
      Back at our apartment, there was still no comunication with Jeremy, and definitely no sorrys have come from him, not for anything, never ever. This is why I have ...

      Road to the Ocean, Essaouiera and El Jadida

      A travel blog entry by ltalsky on Apr 16, 2012

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      We got a bit delayed due to unforeseen circumstances when I (Kristy) came down with food poisoning. After 36 hrs in bed and a missed bus that was by no means happening, Lance and Byron guided me to the grand taxis, just outside the medina for our trip to the coast. Our plan was to hire one for a much faster and easier ride than the bus. Lance found a guy to take us for half the price offered by the first taxi driver (the first taxi was hailed by a vendor trying to "help" us and of ...

      'The windy city is mighty pretty'

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 25, 2011

      ... intermdiary trade role. But Saadians grabbed it back in 1541 not knowing that trade was soon to be diverted elsewhere, so Sultan Sidi Mohammed ben Abdallah got a French architect to built a city in the middle of the sand and wind in 1764. Renaming it Essaouira (meaning well desinged), the sultan was pleased with the combined Moroccan and European influences it produced.

      Timbuktu and Europe trade routes meant Essaouira became a ...