Villa Dar Mya Palmiers

Douar Al Makina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 4 star villa
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Location

This 4 star villa, located on Douar Al Makina, Marrakech, is near Souk Cuisine, Gueliz, Royal Palace of Marrakech, and Le Grand Casino de la Mamounia.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Slow down, you move to fast.

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 06, 2014

    1 comment

    ... an hour or so, the clerk came to me and said that they have an early bus coming in and would be leaving for Essouira at 12:30. would I like to be on it? Why yes I would, Merci very much. When all was aid and done the bus left about a quarter full and I spread our in my own row comfortably napped away. If I would have gone exploring, I probably would have been crammed into a full bus. Sometimes doing nothing pays ...

    Sunday, Bloody Sunday

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Oct 05, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and trying to find your way home with a buzz would probably end up with a full scale search and rescue mission. My road for the night was also a spa so it was comfortably appointed, including rooftop terrace breakfast service. The holiday was in full swing and all the celebratory Internet calls and video chats had brought the Marrakesh internet to it knees. So I sat with my coffee and toast, enjoying the still cool sunshine and the birds singing. And sheeps ...

    Meandering through Marrakesh

    A travel blog entry by carlitravels on Feb 26, 2013

    21 photos

    ... out of the box and find food so they might survive? I left it open of course. I get so mad at people. I realize there likely isn’t an SPCA or Humane Society available. But if you are planning to kill something, at least do it quickly, don’t let them suffer. ARGH! Stupid cruel morons. And then I had to walk away. And yes I was crying.

    The market in Marrakesh (Jemaa el Fna) is much more touristy but I think I preferred Fes for that ...

    Nov 27, 2012

    A travel blog entry by daveygreener on Nov 27, 2012

    ... that had been well worked by hydrological process. Filled with tributaries leading to valleys. The road tended to stick to the valleys. The other amazing part was how rapidly the weather changed. The mountains were freezing, and thick with cloud and wind, specially when compared to either side of it. I needed thermals and all my clothes for the few hours we were up there but a tee shirt after. Immediately after the ranges the was one grassy sort of plateau and then another ...

    Staying With a Fulbright Scholar in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Mar 06, 2012

    48 photos

    ... about the corruption of the Moroccan government. Illiteracy is a huge problem throughout Morocco. Female illiteracy is higher than male illiteracy, with rural communities experiencing about 80% illiteracy on average, though some communities are at 90% illiteracy. Adil told me that if parents tell their children to stop going to school so that they can work and contribute financially to the family, or if a kid decides that he would rather play hooky, the Moroccan government does nothing ...