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Travel Guide - Travelling - Page 14
Casablanca: An overview - Part 3
Things that are worth seeing in Casablanca:-
Hassan II Mosque
This is an outstanding example of a mosque and it stands on a promontory looking toward the Atlantic. It can hold over 100, 000 people either inside or on its...
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Casablanca: An overview - Part 2
Mohammed V International Airport
Casablanca’s Mohammed V International Airport is located around 30 kilometres from the city centre.
You can easily reach the city centre by train or taxi. The ta...
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Casablanca: An overview - Part 1
In Casablanca you will find a mixture of cultures and periods like no other. There are architecture treasures such as the great Hassan II Mosque, which gleams with gold in the sunlight. In this large and sprawling city which is completely packed full...
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Dunedin: An overview - Part 6
Shopping and Entertainment:-
ID Fashion Week has put Dunedin on New Zealand’s fashion map. This one week festival is dedicated to all things fashion. It happens annually in the end of February when local designers show the internationa...
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Dunedin: An overview - Part 5
Places to stop for a meal or snack:-
As it’s surrounded by water and farming land Dunedin has access to the freshest seafood, meat and vegetables. It is also a short distance from oyster country, on the south coast. Try bluff oysters w...
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Dunedin: An overview - Part 4
Craft beers are latest thing for the drinks industry and Dunedin is home to two craft beers makers, Speight’s Ale and Emerson’s microbrewery.
Speight’s has a long history in the area as it was in 1876 that James Speight, Charles Green...
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Dunedin: An overview - Part 3
Now that you are here how do you send your time? So here are a few suggestions:-
Take a drive along the winding road of the Otago Peninsula to Macandrew Bay. This is a small harbour front coastal settlement but is only ten kilometres f...
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Dunedin: An overview - Part 2
Places to stay and basic information.
The current population of Dunedin has had an effect on the accommodation available. That is to say that you can be sure to find something to fit everyone’s needs as it has hotels, hostels or bed &...
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Dunedin: An overview - Part 1
Dunedin is located on the rugged east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. It was officially founded in 1848 by the Free Church of Scotland and now it has become home to twenty five thousand students at the University of O...
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What to see and do in Agadir - Part 8
Golden Beach Apart Hotel
This place is only 5 minutes by taxi or a 15 minute walk from the city centre of Agadir. It is a 3 star apartment hotel which is located just by the beach. A swimming pool, a pizzeria and a small supermarket ar...
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What to see and do in Agadir - Part 7
Agadir will cater for your every shopping need, whether it is bartering in the souk or ambling in the air-conditioned luxury of the stores in the new town. It does not matter if you want hand crafted ceramics, leather garments...
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What to see and do in Agadir - Part 6
La Fontaine is located right in the city centre. It is a good place to just relax and do a spot of people watching. They have a range of snacks but do try one of their sweet pastries as it worth the trip.
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What to see and do in Agadir - Part 5
This hidden gem serves delicious Moroccan cuisine to reasonable prices. The Tagine, as ever, is very popular. The restaurant is located close to a mosque and therefore no alcoholic beverages are served here. However if...
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What to see and do in Agadir - Part 4
As one of the world’s biggest suppliers of sardines, fish features heavily on the menus of Agadir’s restaurants. From freshly grilled sardines to fish tagine, the local cuisine draws its inspiration from the fruits of the sea. <...
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What to see and do in Agadir - Part 3
Things to do in the Agadir area
There are three different golf clubs in the area around Agadir. The Agadir Royal Golf Club only has 9 holes and is the oldest one which founded in 1951. The other two clubs are Les Du...
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What to see and do in Agadir - Part 2
Things to see in the Agadir area
This review is not an in depth look at what is on offer but more of a pointer to places you might want to explore. To get a taste of the hustle and bustle of old Agadir, head down to the port where you ...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 1
Auckland is called the ' City of Sails' as it is surrounded by water, which helps to define its appeal. The harbour is similar to many other famous waterside cities but has its own unique charm. Auckland has a long maritime hi...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 2
Auckland is the perfect place to recharge your batteries if all you want to do is laze around. However if you are more active then you can see a variety of landscapes in a very compact area. You can experience the urban bustle of the city or just go ...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 3
THINGS TO DO
The 328 meter Skytower will give you breath taking panoramic views of the city from the top. After the opening ceremony in December of 2007, the ' Skywalk 360' became Auckland' s most popular attraction. SkyWalk will let y...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 4
THINGS TO DO continued
This group offer a Maori Experience, with things like Flax Weaving, Native Bush Walking and a West Coast Beach trip where you venture out to the Waitakere Ranges on the West Coast...
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