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Riad l'Orangeraie
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If you plan to visit or revisit Marrakech soon, we definitely suggest a visit to this enormous labyrinth shop, you could call 'Ali Baba’s Cave' owned by Mustapha Blaoui where you will find beautiful carpets, lamps, furnitures, fabrics, artworks. You could quite easily furnish your entire house here.
Everything in the shop is of the best quality and mainly manufactured locally. Worried it won't fit in your luggage? Not a problem, they will ship to absolutely anywhere with a reliable shipper. The store is located at 144 rue Bab Doukala but please ask us and we will indicate the direction.
This shop is a delight to visit and Mustapha is such a cool guy!
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"We love this video about Morocco!
Morocco is truly a country of contrast; lush in the valleys and dry in the desert, wealthy and poor, joyful and melancholic, luminous and mysterious but always hypnotic! We would be delighted to welcome you again or if it is your first time in the country to advise you on how to discover it best.
 
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Our breakfast is usually served at the rooftop so you enjoy a beautiful view of  #Marrakech Medina area and the morning breeze! It's the perfect way to start the day! With fresh orange juice, fresh homemade yogurt, different kinds of bread and Moroccan pancakes, coffee and/or tea, fruits, fresh smoothies and a cake slice you are sure to have a fantastic day in Marrakech!
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One of the privileges of staying at Riad l'Orangeraie is that guests get a #Moroccan mobile phone, so they can make phone calls in the area or call directly Ismail, our manager, if they get lost in the #Souks! :). It will also allow them to receive phone calls from abroad without paying roaming charge.
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#Morocco and #Marrakech are celebrating the end of Ramadan tomorrow and everybody is getting ready for the holiday with the last bit of shopping.  
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The Mouassine Mosque (also known as the Al Ashraf Mosque) was built in the 14th century in the style of the Almohads. It is part of the Mouassine complex which includes a library, a hamman, a medersa and the Mouassine Fountain, the largest and most important in the city. It is also located 100 meters from Riad l'Orangeraie
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The Menara gardens are located in the west of the city, at the gates of the Atlas mountains. They were built in the 12th century by the Almohad ruler Abd al-Mu'min. The name menara derives from the pavilion with its small green pyramid roof. You can always ask our staff for tips about #Marrakech!
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Bahia Palace is not as old as some of the most famous and important places in #Marrakech. As in other buildings of the period in other countries, it was intended to capture the essence of the Islamic and #Moroccan style. The name means "brilliance" and it's so beautiful that it's a must see!
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This is a quick visit of the Riad....and we will love to see you soon :-)
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2014-07-21
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