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Traveling The Train Through Moroccan Skies

Mosaic Fountain in Casablanca, Morocco

Mosaic Fountain in Casablanca, Morocco

Just imagine how beautiful color film would have made Casablanca with its Moroccan setting. I became enthralled by Morocco’s charm upon visiting Disney’s World Showcase of Morocco at Epcot. Lame, I know. But their take on the African country’s architecture and cuisine is oddly accurate! Granted I’ve yet to visit Morocco or any other Mediterranean country for that matter, but I assure you it is definitely on my bucket list. My dream house would be decorated with a Moroccan theme with an emphasis on vibrant colors and intricate patterns anchored by beige walls and woods. Moroccan style focuses on mosaics and geometrical patterns, colors like coral and yellow and turquoise, arches and domes, courtyards and gardens, what’s not to love?

Moroccan courtyard

Moroccan courtyard

I want to live here.

I want to live here.

60's bohemian icon Talitha Getty's Moroccan home

60's bohemian icon Talitha Getty's Moroccan home

A fountain in Disney's Epcot, look familiar?

A fountain in Disney's Epcot, look familiar?

Oh look! My future wedding!

Oh look! My future wedding!

Moroccan lanterns cast such beautiful shapes onto the wall.

Moroccan lanterns cast such beautiful shapes onto the wall.

Another shot of oil heiress Talitha's mansion.

Another shot of Talitha's mansion.

Peace,

Title from “Marrakesh Express” by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young

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