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Cruise Diary: Royal Palace and Roman Ruins of Morocco

Yvon and Cees Kloppenburg are currently on a back-to-back western Mediterranean cruise on board Ryndam. They will be chronicling their cruising experience for us on the blog.

We booked the Imperial City of Rabat shore excursion. Rabat is the capital of Morocco. Everything we saw on the tour was great and unexpected. It was about a one and a half hour drive from Casablanca to Rabat. Our first stop was the Royal Palace. Enjoy the photo tour!

Royal Palace of Rabat.

Royal Palace of Rabat.

Changing of the guards.

Changing of the guards.

A closer look at the difference in uniforms.

A closer look at the difference in uniforms.

The prime minister's office.

The prime minister's office.

The gardens.

The gardens.

Have you ever seen this? Air-conditioned plants.

Have you ever seen this? Air-conditioned plants.

Our second stop in Rabat was the ruins of the old Roman town of Sala which is located outside the city walls of Rabat.

The entrance gate.

The entrance gate.

Roman ruins.

Roman ruins.

Roman ruins.

The tower of the mosque still standing.

The tower of the mosque still standing.

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