diplomats from their countries who then had a budget for such purchases. There is also free WiFi at the Rabat -Ville train station. It is named after Miguel de Cervantes (15471616 the author of Don Quixote and perhaps the most important figure in the history of Spanish literature. Edit Germany, 7,Zankat Madnine,.P. It is conveniently located in the center of the city. The food is typical pub-grub, with some vegetarian options. On the facing shore of the river lies Salé, Rabat 's bedroom community. You can walk there from centre-ville, but it's a long walk. Ya Mal Al-Sham (Syrian restaurant) Matsuri Dar Naji Le Grand Comptoir If you find yourself in Agdal, try the brochettes at 'Sucre et Sale'. Edit Greece, Km5,5 Route des Zaers, Villa Chems Souissi, Rabat 10 100, Emergencies: ( email protected, fax: ).
Libraries edit Librairie Papeterie Basta, 5, place Otmane Ibn Affane, Agdal, close to the Mac Donald. 26 aug -.
Sep.: Varer fra Bihuset i carporten - Enghave 21C. Four large dorm rooms with 16 bunks each ensure that groups large and small can bunk down here. National Archaeological Museum Bank Al Maghrib Museum (Currently under renovation, no admittance) The Beach and the cornice around the Casbah, offering great photo ops to the citadel. The manager is helpful, leaving baggage is not a problem. At Avenue Mohammed V you will find several small places serving pizzas, tajines and chawarma for very inexpensive prices (less then 80 MAD for two with beverage) and a with good quality. The main market streets are Rue Souika and Avenue Mohammed. In most places you can have natural juice (orange, lemon, avocado) for less then 20 MAD, usually the same price as a soda or less. Be warned that trains are sometimes delayed by over an hour. 5,300 Souissi.- Rabat., 212(0)37633900 ( email protected.