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Columbia Hotel, London
Columbia Hotel is on the north side of Hyde Park in Bayswater, London, England. A 2 star London hotel about one mile from Marble Arch the start of London's premier shops on Oxford Street, also ideal for theatres and main tourist attractions of London. ...
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Universal's Royal Pacific Resort Hotel
Royal Pacific Resort Hotel is inside Universal Studios Orlando, Florida, USA. A luxurious 4 star Orlando hotel in a beautiful tropical landscape with rushing waterfalls and peaceful lagoons, featuring the exotic isles of South Pacific. ...
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Sol E Mar
Commanding an impressive position in the centre of Albufeira´s old town, the hotel is set into the cliff with magnificent sweeping view of the bay, directly above Albufeira´s splendid sandy beach, which can be reached from the hotel’s lift or a gentle walk from the road down some steps. Faro International Airport is 35km from the hotel, with an approximate driving time of 30 minutes....
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MOROCCO

Tangier, Casablanca and Marrakesh, just the names of the cities stir a hint of spice in the nostrils. Morocco has been thoroughly mythologized and for good reason.

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Travelers extol the country's unique living history, its shimmering light and its extraordinary art. Morocco is the ideal African starting point for the traveler. An easy hop from Europe, it is hectic but friendly and stimulating as well. Open-air markets throughout the country are piled high with rugs, woodwork, jewellery and leather, said to be the softest in the world.

Morocco is in many ways a country apart. It nestles on the north western tip of Africa, separated from the rest of the continent by the towering Atlas Mountains and by the Sahara itself.

Its climate, geography, and history are all more closely related to the Mediterranean than to the rest of Africa, and for this reason visitors are often struck by the odd sensation of having not quite reached Africa in Morocco.

In the north, fine beaches, lush highland valleys, and evocative old cities reinforce this impression. Yet, as one moves south and east, into and over the starkly beautiful ranges of the Atlases, Morocco's Mediterranean character melts away like a mirage. The Sahara stretches out to the horizon, and forbidding kasbahs stare.

Bordered by Mauritania and Algeria. Morocco's varied geography includes no less than four separate mountain ranges, in addition to lush river valleys, beautiful sandy coasts, and wide expanses of desert.

The three most prominent mountain ranges, which run parallel to each other from the southwest to the northeast, are the Middle Atlas, the High Atlas, and the Anti-Atlas. The ascent of the country's highest peak, Jebel Toukbal 13,665 ft, is a spectacular and not particularly difficult High Atlas trek.

The Moroccan coastline, which fronts onto both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, offers plenty of great beaches as well as a number of fascinating old coastal cities. In the southeast, Morocco's mountain ranges yield inexorably to the desolate expanse of the Sahara.

The rivers that flow down this side of the High Atlas support long, narrow, and lush river valleys that resemble linear oases. The climate in Morocco is reliably dry, although small amounts of rain do fall between November and March. Temperature varies considerably by season and locale.

While the southern and south eastern desert regions can reach extremely high temperatures during the hot summer months, the higher altitudes of the mountains are cool in summer evenings and freezing in winter.



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