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100 Avenue des F.A.R., Casablanca, Morocco
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... the other passengers, so much of our first day in Casablanca was spent catching up on our "z"s. Casablanca at 3.8 million is the largest city in Morocco. From 1840 until 1956, Morocco was a French Protectorate; French is still widely spoken here and ...
... stadium that's being built and lost of residential development as we head in to Marrakech. It's a like a low-rise version of Casablanca except even more chaotic. I think we're already running a little late so Lazrak hustles us off the bus, ...
... Their flights did not depart Casablanca for a couple of days, so they decided to spend the remainder of their time in Morocco there, rather than in Casablanca where there's less to do - and the shopping isn't as good! Perhaps we will meet again someday, ...
... : with all the trash, slums, noise and grit that goes along with that. According to our guidebook, the actual movie Casablanca wasn't even filmed in Morocco, all of it was shot in Florida! We certainly believe it, romantic is about the last term we'd use ...
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Blvd Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah, Casablanca, Morocco
This stately mosque, a fine example of pure Moroccan architecture, is the only one in the city that non-Muslims may visit.
59, Rue Abou Rakrak, Ben Jdia Casablanca, Morocco
Blvd Victor Hugo, Casablanca, Morocco
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Posted by gyl.johnson
... Double Room 200 Simple Riad Double Room 300 Marrakesh to Casablanca Bus Fare One way 50 Marrakesh to Casablanca Shared Taxi ...
Posted by gyl.johnson
... suggest for the first time visitor to Morocco/North Africa, to visit some if not all of the Imperial cities which include Marrakesh, Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes and Fes. While it is most likely that if you arrive by plane you will arrive in Casablanca, I don ...
Posted by saartha
... , Assilah, and Safi (all beach towns). If you want places with more excitement and bustle, try Marrakesh, Agadir, Fes, Casablanca, and Rabat. Different areas have different specialties in terms of shopping. Fes, of course, is famous for its tanneries, ...
Posted by africamamia
... the el bahia we loved his accompany with us there . last day spent in Essaouira beside the coast then continue our way to Casablanca back home . this our trip which really i love, thanks to zebra adventures and yousef and thanks to all who participate for ...
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