The ferry was fast and a bit too furious for some but we couldn't help but feel giddy as we watched the North African coastline get closer and closer. After departing, we got a cab ride to the train station during which everyone was silent, taking it all in.
We only had one night in Casablanca so on the way to dinner, our driver gave us a very quick tour including a drive by of the Hassan II Mosque.
Dinner was set in the gardens within the walls of an 18th century fortification. The tagine with apricots, prunes and roasted almonds was one of the best we enjoyed during our entire stay in Morocco.
After dinner, we had to stop by Rick's for a drink. Our favorite part was watching the proprietor, having her drink in the corner by the piano, and getting up to greet every single guest.