Villa Warhol

Address: Palmeraie Road of Casablanca, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa, located on Palmeraie Road of Casablanca, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Tanneries, Mellah, and Maison Tiskiwin.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    A maze of markets

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on May 01, 2015

    ... Asia and Africa. Not too bad!! Saturday 2 May 2015 I've wanted to come to Marrakech for a while; to stay in an old riad and wander through the maze-like streets surrounded by mosaics and colour. We are staying within the 19km walled medina - the old city. But we are towards the northern end, in a more residential area in a large riad. No more slumming it. This place is amazing. A riad is an old courtyard house. Many of them were sold to foreigners 25 years ago when the ...

    Out of Africa ( south)

    A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Mar 12, 2014

    6 photos

    ... tourists who have brushed up against her iridescent skin, trampled on her red earth, marvelled at the sharp pinprick points of light in her night sky. Africa is layered and varied and constantly shifting. She is impossible to capture in picture or word. A place that has to be seen, heard, and smelled; requiring patience and astute observation before she is ready to reveal. Africa is a craggy stone ...

    Not another Tajine please!

    A travel blog entry by martandavetrip on Sep 28, 2012

    39 photos

    ... The bus ride from Agadir to Essaouira was unforgettable. Windy road which made people sitting behind us feeling really sick.

    The coastal town of Essaouira was a pleasant surprise. Once a Portuguese colony, the fortress still remains, it was used as the principal port of Morocco for a long time due to the proximity to Marrakesh. The medina is home to many small arts and crafts businesses, notably cabinet making and wood-carving, both of which have been practised ...

    Souqs and soup

    A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 18, 2011

    ... on to the Grand Hotel; also sporting a fine ceiling, arches, pillars and lights all in true Moroccan style and similar to that found in the Bahia Palace. We continued the non-Muslim drinking tradition back in the riad, before I customarily had to flake out and go to bed.

    Sat 20th Aug 2011

    I started an early walk to the Tanneries, just to the right of Rue Samabato (our riad rue). A man explained the process/ Berber process cow and camel ...

    Dal Chabab

    A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Feb 02, 2011

    Kamal calls everyone to their seats and I take mine with eyes downcast, feeling like Mr Bumble in Oliver Twist. My position as "life-changing volunteer" has, I am certain, been downgraded to "useless person".

    So what should I do? Short of actually stealing the remains of whatever games they have, I don't think I can disappoint them further and joining in seems like my only hope of redemption.

    They're singing. Lots and lots of singing, all ...