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Rue Zahla, Rabat, Morocco
Walking down the winding streets is a treat. The colors inside the walled medina remind me of Greece while the friendly people remind me of home sweet home.
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Rabat, Morocco
Rabat's souk is not as cavernous as those of Fez and Marrakech, but it is frequented far more by Moroccans than by tourists, and for that reason it has some unique pleasures. One fo my favorite things to buy in the souk in the old city, especially...
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Rabat, Morocco
Yet another treat to try in Rabat's souk is cactus fruit, which you will have no trouble finding if you wander for a little while. Morocco's deserts are brimming with cacti, and these sweet, slightly tangy fruits are harvested and brought in fresh...
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Kasbah of the Udayas, Rabat, Morocco
This picture of a young girl walking down a street perfectly captured the laidback atmosphere within the walls of the Kasbah of the Udayas in Rabat. More than any other city or village we visited in Morocco, the Kasbah of Udayas was not touristy...
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Diour Jamaa, Rabat, Morocco
The old city medinas of Morocco can be confusing and overwhelming, especially in Fez and Marrakesh. Try Rabat's medina for a quieter, more relaxing pace. You will find the same markets, foods and shopping delights. The only things you won't find...
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Rabat, Morocco
Check out the final resting place for Mohammed V and his two sons, King Hassan II and Prince Abdallah.
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Rabat, Morocco
My sister eager to greet the vendors and the Harsha she had been without, having moved to a nearby city, rushed us out of the train station in Rabat and took us on an abridged yet highly recommended route through the capital. My conscientious...