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Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 500 pages
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Be inspired by the adventure of Morocco - take a camel trek through the Sahara, hunt out bargains in an exotic souq, soak up the buzz of Marrakesh then catch some waves off a pristine Atlantic beach. Experience the colour, life and lure of the Maghreb with our comprehensive guide. Stay in style on any budget in cosy kasbahs or glam riads. Get around with 97 detailed maps of the cities and more remote regions. Travel your tastebuds : with our enticing chapter on Moroccan food and drink. Explore the insider's Marrakesh with our walking tour through the souqs and tips on this happening city. Get high above it all-our trekking chapter gives advice on the best mountain journeys.

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Review: Morocco (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Геллее Авбакар - Goodreads

Disclosure: This is a Touristic Manual or Guide as been called, It contains the main touristic components of the Moroccan life so it's something very crucial to have, I bought it when I was in my Tour ... Read full review

Review: Morocco (Lonely Planet Regional Guide)

User Review  - Beata Bowen - Goodreads

As with practically any Lonely Planet edition, this one is comprehensive and fun to read. I didn't read it cover to cover, only the beginning, end and the parts describing places we're planning to ... Read full review


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Vorhees after graduating from Georgetown University, set off to assist Russia in its economic transition. She has traveled extensively in Scandinavia and the former Soviet Union.

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