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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      After three days in hot Marrakech we got the bus to the seaside. Unlike Marrakech there is a constant strong wind in essaouira which makes it a haven for windsurfers and kiteboarders. Its a very relaxed seaside resort where all the houses have whitewashed walls and blues shutters.

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      ... to change my perception. For now, I will try to roll with everything as much as I can. _______________________ A second pot of so so tea and I am winding down for the night only to have the guy from the hostel say, are you going out somewhere tonight, ha umm where is there to go. I am tired and was planning on heading to bed soon but I will go and see the city at night, may be a neat experience. We head to a bar/club outside the Medina and check out the nightlife. December 11th ...

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      A travel blog entry by vamos_pa_ya on May 20, 2012

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      ... pero obviamente, se lo di... quizás sabiendo que nunca lo usaría, sin embargo, no importa, uno sabe que ese tipo de intercambio es simbólico, es para decir... hey... no me quiero desconectar de ti, eres importante. Gracias por darme de ti durante estas horas y INSHALLAH, OJALA, si dios quiere, nos veremos de nuevo.


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      'The windy city is mighty pretty'

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 25, 2011

      Thursday 25 August 2011

      I managed to catch a bus almost immediately to Essaouira and met an American woman called Leslie on the bus. She was living in Rabat at the time, learning Aarabic, but was taking a few days out to chill in Ess'a, before going on to a 2-wk Exodus trip, trekking all around the High Atlas. It made sense for us to share a room, thereby halving the cost it would have been otherwise.

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