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Madeleine McGuire Museum Educator

    • Morning
      • Mausoleum of Mohammed V

      • Start off your day with incredible, breath-taking Moroccan architecture. Inspire the senses as you walk through the residential streets to arrive to the Mausoleum.
      • Rabat Medina

      • The Rabat Medina is the old city of Rabat - a complete change from the European neighborhoods outside of its walls. Lose yourself in the winding streets, and bargain with local vendors. The sights and sounds are intense: I could wander through here for hours.
    • Afternoon
      • Jardin des Oudayas

      • Walk to Oudayas, one of the big neighborhoods of Rabat. The Jardin is beautiful, with local flora and fauna impeccably groomed for locals and visitors to enjoy. I love taking pictures here.
      • Oudayas

      • After a visit to the Jardin, simply walk through the Oudayas neighborhood. Moroccan cities follow a code for painting their buildings: Rabat and Casablanca in white, Marakkesh in stunning orange... but Oudayas is the exception, with white buildings lined with an incredible aquamarine. The architecture is astounding!
      • Kasbah of the Udayas

      • Wander from Oudayas to the ocean, and walk along the walls of the Kasbah to the beach. The ocean and ancient Moroccan architecture make for an awesome view!
      • Chellah

      • Visit the ancient Roman ruins on the outskirts of the city. The structures are truly awe-inspiring, and the landscape spreads out in every direction, providing a myriad of opportunities to hike, explore, and of course take beautiful photographs.
    • Night
      • I would stay at: Hotel Belima

      • Hotel Belima is warm and welcoming to international travelers, with simple amenities and good food. Located across the street from the Parliament, it is conveniently located at the heart of the capital.

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