Dar el Yasmine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... to join us for a time in our wanderings. We will travel another two weeks or so in Morocco, then to Spain for three or four weeks; my folks will fly home out of Barcelona and we will keep roaming around Europe until they throw us out. (In Europe, there is this thing called the Schengen territory, where you can only spend 90 days out of every 180 days if you are not from Europe. This means we have to be very careful about our timing and will leave a lot on ...
... building but the second you step inside you see that it is another stunning example of Moorish or Andalusian architecture – and the carpet vendor. We were all served mint tea and given a brief description of the building. Then it was on to the real reason we were here – the carpets. John and I already knew we wanted a certain size of carpet and we immediately headed upstairs for the good stuff. Finally settling on one, ...
... at ground floor and then climb about six sets of stairs to eat on the roof of the cafe, overlooking the medina. The view was amazing! I had my first coke in Morocco, which was delicious (made with real sugar, yum!) and I ate gazpacho that was so good! Adam was the most adventurous of the bunch and ordered a camel burger, which he said was very good. And of course, I couldn't leave the city of Fez without buying an authentic fez hat. One of my favorite souvenirs so ...
... She was barking up the wrong tree. Today we toured the Medina (old section) with a local guide named Muhammad. Our guide Ahmed is not able to tour people around you have to have a local guide. Muhammad was an interest man but every place he took us involved purchasing something, leather at the tannery, ceramics in the ceramic area, lotions and potions at local pharmacy, fabrics at the weaving place. They weren't hard sell but they wanted you to buy. When I booked our guide to ...
... I will be sightseeing on my own today. We return to our room for a Skype call with Dad. We can see each other and Dad can hear me but I can't hear him. We continue the conversation by means of Dad writing messages on a pad and placing it in front of the camera. We try to explain the Skype symbols for microphone off, video off, speaker vs earphones all to no avail until we discover the problem is at our end! OK all sorted and contact made!
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