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If I were you I would definitely get out of the airport. It is easiest if you pack all the stuff you need for this day in your hand luggage, so that you don't need to go around with your main luggage (just check it in directly to Lisboa). I haven't been to Casablanca myself, so I can't give you specific hints what to do during this time, but there are some ...


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If you have a so long connection, yes I suggest you to get around Casablanca ,you can visit : The Royal Palace The Old Medina The Habous Zone Mohammed V Square The exterior of Hassan II Mosque The Cathedral of Sacre Coeur You can spend about 8 hours to visit it , afterwards I suggest you to have a traditional meal in one of the many coffe or ...


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Just my opinion, based on http://wikitravel.org/en/Casablanca (tip of the hat to Grzenio) and http://www.sleepinginairports.net/africa/casablanca-airport.htm: You arrive from an inter-continental flight and will be tired and jet-lagged at least for some time of a 20h layover. I recommend you get some sleep for at least some time of your layover, either at ...


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Probably not what you had in mind, exactly, but the oldest remaining Bob's Big Boy restaurant in Burbank has near-museum status, plus, you know... food.



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