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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... leather water-bags and brass cups, and snake charmers.
As the day progresses, the entertainment changes: the snake charmers depart, and late in the day the square ...
Thursday afternoon could not come soon enough - this was the trip that I was looking forward to the most! Unfortunately this was a short trip, and when I say short, I mean 36 hours short. A VERY useful tip before anyone makes the unexpected journey to Marrakech, wait to exchange your money into dirhams (Morocco Currency) at the airport in Marrakech. I checked more than 15 places around Florence and no one had them. When I finally found a place that did ...
... tea. How we are going to get everything we've bought home, I don't know! Heading to the riad we had a dip in the pool before our traditional Moroccan hammam and massage. The hammam took place in a room like a sauna, the lady began by washing the body with warm water then black soap. Once she'd done this we were left in the sauna room for about 10 minutes to sweat it out and that we did. She then entered and using a mitten scrubbed the body from ...
... and on the way back just in case, we walked down past the mosque to the old medina and into the souk. This was risky given the unpredictable nature of our large intestines, but in fact it turned out to be a lot of fun. Alan was not so amused. We gave ourselves up to the souk as the guide books suggest - just be prepared to get lost and when you're ready to leave, pay a small boy and he will bring you out! Glad to say we did ...
... back out again. Suspicious.
We spent the majority of the day relaxing by the pool and ended up having a bit of a drinking session with Tracey and Martin. That evening we went to the hotel's Moroccan restaurant (Fez) where the food was the nicest so far.
I should also add that the tagines are getting better.
Chris brought his guitar down from the room and played us a few tunes. This turned into a jamming session with the sitarist in ...