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Pocket Rough Guide Marrakesh (Pocket Rough Guides) Paperback – 1 Mar 2012
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About the Author
Daniel Jacobs has contributed to several Rough Guides, including West Africa, Morocco, Egypt and India. Peter Morris wrote the original edition of this book in 1985 and once played a game of football with Glen Hoddle. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Paperback.
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The Contents are
P012: Best of Marrakesh (things to see and do, places to shop and dine, etc.)
P032: Places (4 sections describing the city’s districts, plus one each on excursions to the Atlas Mountains and the neighbouring resort of Essaouira - each with a thorough description, and its own accompanying mini-guide)
P118: Essentials (getting there, getting around, A-Z Directory, events, phrase book, etc.)
The maps are good (once screengrabbed and printed!) and the walkthroughs of the city when you only have a day or two were ideal for my weekend trip. Like other rough guides, the structure of the book - first giving the highlights and a game plan, then expanding into areas and attractions - work very well. For me, it's either a Rough Guide or a Lonely Planet from now on.
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