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Casablanca for 1/2 day: Tour? Private guide?

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My mother and I will be taking the train from Fes to Casablanca on a Sunday in October. Depending on what time we leave Fes, we will either arrive at 10:45 am or 12:45 pm. Our flight back to the US departs at 1am Monday (essentially Sunday night).

I've booked a room at the Le Meridian using SPG points so we would have a place to rest before departure if needed. I didn't want to get stuck babysitting our luggage all day.

We'd like to see some of the city, including the Mosque on that Sunday. Would a private guide who can pick us up at the train be the best option? If we can do it on our own, I'm open to doing that as well, I'm just not sure the best way to go about it.

Suggestions?

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