Riad Dar Baya
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... me spend the day with him, enjoying his trade and learning how to make all sorts of leather items. It was also very funny to watch certain people enter his shop and ask for prices and then try and barter, he would stay firm with his prices and they would walk off. Eventually almost every single one of them would come back within hour to accept his price as he was selling them at the lowest possible price he could and didn’t care of high price, he just enjoyed what ...
... found her perfect jacket, and, after some lighthearted but serious haggling, we walked away with a soft, lambskin jacket for Stacey, and a gorgeous red satchel for me, a birthday present from my godmother.
By this point, we were ready for a break, and decided to aim for one of the terrace cafés on the Jemaa El Fna, Marrkech's main square, and where we had had our immersive first experience of the city when we arrived. However, en route, we passed by a shop on ...
... beeping everyone else, people crossing when they felt like and millions of taxis zooming in and out of any gap they could see, or make. I was even more grateful for my riding lesson from Bob and Sini a couple of days earlier. After a tour of the city centre I decided I would stay out of town and get taxis into town and back. I found a reputable hotel with attended parking for my bike, checked in showered, changed and headed into town.
... stuff on sale here, and its representation of people's art, craft and ingenuity is beyond belief! It threatens the notion of possession, because the richness of choices and the abundance of goods make ownership meaningless other than for jolting memories!!!
The Michelin recycle tyre shop is amazing with goods carved out of tyres with amazing versatility including buckets, through to skirts and bustiers. God ...
... a restaurant Chez Chegroui, where you have to write your order down & got cous cous & a Taggine to share.
We wandered to get 2 bottles of water (100 MAD) & found ourselves lost down a street where we saw no tourists. carrying on down a passage to get back round to our riad- turning right, right right- we were walking into a maze. Getting really hot we avoided the attention of others and kept walking. Seeing some tourists being directed down ...