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Morocco: Marrakech

My trip to Morocco was definitely one of the most fulfilling vacations I’ve had. The country is full of beautiful culture, architecture, and very yummy food! 296 more words

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Morocco: Marrakech & the Medina

Some little girls dream of big weddings. I was dreaming of going to Morocco as a kid. I would find books on the famed blue city of Chefchaouen and of course, the designs and architecture. 893 more words

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Medina Madness

I feel like it’s an ever occurring pattern in my posts and perhaps that says something about myself but, my god, I needed that sleep. Refreshed and ready to go we headed down to the hotel café to grab our included breakfast. 1,009 more words

A palace, tombs and a lot of sweat

The beginning of our time in Marrakech was a whirlwind and to be truthful we were feeling a little drained. We felt we needed to slow down and take in a bit more of the city so we decided to visit the Bahia palace, a hammam and the Saadian tombs over the next two days. 867 more words

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Marrakech Travel Guide

My number one tip would have to be: don’t visit Marrakesh in January! Yes, Marrakesh does get cold, very cold and rainy. There was me thinking, I would have a break from a cold and rainy London, only to visit a cold and rainy Marrakesh. 1,336 more words

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Arabian Nights...in Morocco (Pt 1)

Recently, I was reminded I never posted about my trip to Morocco. So here we go…

From the time I was 10 years old and went to my first Moroccan restaurant in Washington, DC (RIP Marrakesh on New York Ave.), I was obsessed with the food and the culture. 633 more words

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Marrakesh, Morocco مراكش‎‎

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The final stop on the Mega Trip was Marrakesh. The first day we explored the Jardin Majorelle, a botanical garden owned by Yves Saint Laurent until his death in 2008. 227 more words

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