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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to hold. As well as hundreds of stalls & thousands & thousands of people everywhere. We were clutching our bags to make sure nothing was stolen! We went quickly back to the hotel & then went out on an optional extra 'Fantasia'- a Berber cultural experience. We had expected that it would be an intimate affair with us having dinner in a Bedouin tent, sitting on the ground, & seeing some dancing, ...
Another good nights sleep with sciatica under control! We spent most of the day driving between Marrakesh and Casablanca.nit was rather a long drive and to pass the time the guide played the movie Casablanca for us- surprisingly many of our friends had not seen the movie before- and it was just as enjoyable as ever! Stopped for lunch at La Corniche the rather wealthy tourist are along the coast of Casablanca. It was ...
... is a natural mosquito repellant, and smells much better than citronella (we are going to try it out while on safari and see how it works). Black cumin seeds are used for nasal issues, and also help with asthma. We tried out the natural black cumin inhaler and it is indeed very potent!
Interestingly, cumin spice is used as natural cure for diarrhea. We haven’t had the need to try this one out yet, but if the issue arises, we will see how effective ...
... a drink together!
To finish of the night: After enjoying a beautiful cocktail hour on the rooftop of our hotel as the sun set and the color palette on the walls of the city continued their subtle changes, we walked into the center of the Medina passing by huge spice shops and every different type of merchandise you can imagine. After all, since Morocco has no oil or natural gas, it is a nation of merchants and ...
... the Phoenicians, Cartagenians, Romans, sub-Saharans – all mixed with the indigenous Berber tribes.
Morocco is a kingdom governed by Muhammed 6th, a hereditary ruler. He is a member of the Alewhite dynasty, in power since the 17th century, one of oldest monarchies in world. The language here is Classical Arabic.
Darija is the colloquial form of Arabic widely spoken all over Morocco, primarily in the urban areas. The Berbers have their ...