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Morocco in Fall, 2013 - 9 night itinerary?

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Morocco here we come... I just booked Delta Skymiles freebies into Rabat in the fall for the wife and I. It wasn't really all that thought out, but I wanted (needed) to burn a few SkyMiles.

Now, I just have to come up with an itinerary. A quick check seems to show that most people to some sort of Rabat - Casablanca - Marrakech - Fes - Rabat loop with longer times spent in Casablanca and Marrakech. Any thoughts? I'm planning on doing it as a self-drive, but have good things about some tours, trains, hired drivers. Thoughts?

As for lodging, I've got both Starwood and Hyatt points to burn. I could use them in both Casablanca and Marrakech. Does this take away too much of the atmosphere for Morocco by staying in business or resort hotels as opposed to Riads?

Thanks in advance for any recommendations and sharing your experiences!
Alan

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