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Roam Morocco's labyrinthine souqs, scrunch your toes into the sunset sand and let our guide take you to the cafes and hammams only the locals know.
- Altrec Outdoors
Camel treks through the Sahara, red baked-mud kasbahs and stunning mosaics; these are just a few of the travel highlights in this guide to Morocco. Authors: Anthony Ham, et al. Softcover; 528 pages; black-and-white maps and 53 color photos. Lonely Planet Guide; copyright 2007. Detailed descriptions of accommodations and eating options make room for any budget. Features detailed maps of Moroccan cities and remote regions. User-friendly sections on language, culture and Moroccan food and drink help you make the most of your trip. Includes an insider's guide to Marrakesh—from the iconic Djemaa el-Fna square to hamman spas and the 210-ft. Koutoubia minaret. Expanded sections on culture, trekking and language increase the depth of the exotic experience.
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