Mini Guide to Morocco

Aït Benhaddou

Aït Benhaddou is a UNESCO Heritage Site and has been featured in over 10 movies such as Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia. The traditional mud-brick town is located at the edge of the Atlas Mountains and was an important stop on the caravan route between Marrakesh and the Sahara Desert. Travelers can walk around the town and climb to the top to of the hill for some amazing views.

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Interesting Sites and Natural Wonders

Atlas Mountains

The Atlas Mountains is one of the highlights of Morocco. Visitors willing to escape the hustle and bustle of Marrakesh, can travel to the higher altitudes and learn more about the Berber way of life. You’ll probably drive through several small villages and stop to see the production of Argan Oil, a product that’s becoming ever so popular. The views from the top are mesmerizing, but don’t forget to pack a jumper as it can get cold up there.

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Sahara Desert

A trip to northern Africa wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the desert. The Western Morocco Sahara is the sandy region where the country borders with Algeria. Travelers can go on camel safaris over the massive sand dunes and also spend the night with local Berber tribes. The evenings can be quite festive with lots of singing and drumming and you probably will taste the best tagine in the country.

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American City Guide: Chicago

One of the largest and most underrated cities in the United States is Chicago. In fact, Chicago ranked first in Time Out’s 2018 City Life Index, topping other highly-ranked cities like New York City, Melbourne, and London. There are so many incredible things to do in Chicago, plus it lacks the hectic craziness of other vacation destinations in the United States. It’s a great option for a fun weekend trip, even if you’ll never see everything the city has to offer in just two days.

American City Guide: New York City

New York City is the most populous city in the United States and has a reputation as the most vibrant and thrilling vacation destination on the continent. It’s the home of New York Fashion Week, the United Nations, Broadway, Wall Street, and the Statue of Liberty. Its fast pace inspired the phrase “New York minute” and even if you only have $5 per day to spend, you can still enjoy every aspect of this incredible metropolis.

Extravagant Hotel Pools You Need to See

For a lot of us, the pool is the holiday and the holiday is the pool. The success or failure of a getaway in the sun is determined by just how good the pool is. Knowing this, many hotels have some truly absurd swimming pools. Absurd for their grandeur and extravagance, these pools alone would make an unforgettable holiday.