La Maison Maure
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Babysitting service
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... smoking. There was still confusion about our booked seats but fortunately, the conductor was helpful in sorting out disagreements. Lunch was tinned sardines with sliced tomatoes, onions and cucumber in a bun. Yumm! (see pics).
Almost 8 hours later .....
In Fes, we were greeted at the station by the booked hotel transfer and quickly driven to one of the gates of the Medina (MAD100 - AUD$14). A porter met us at the gate ...
... waiters rushed around to move a table to fit us in we received all sorts of advice about what to eat. Three salads...no too much, just order one...two arrived because they decided one was not enough. The owner, Mohammed call me Mario, came by to chat with us and tell us stories about Tangier in its heyday. When we informed him we were going to Fez he told us it's a very traditional place, there is no place for "fun" there. Uh oh....spoiler alert, ...
... for dinner and to get us some cold beers. Dinner was a quick stir fry and then we cracked open the beers. As the night was chilly most of us ended up on the truck. We put on some music and then the chaos began. Darren (nicknamed Donkey) got pretty drunk and kept us laughing all night. We have decided to play top trump photo’s and try to get the strangest photo beating everyone else’s. The ...
... small pieces of the tiles for mosaics, and shaping and glueing them in place! One of the workers had a small heart shaped tile that he gave to me (Do I have a Moroccan husband now?!) and he kept winking at me and trying to get me to come over there! I'm not sure if he was looking for some coins for it or if he was being seedy... Who knows! We had a look through the gift shop after that, and Darren kept getting called Ali Baba with his Fez and his beard! Pretty ...
... so we decided to walk to the hotel. It was around 09.00 so it started to get dark and of course, we got lost! We started to worry a bit because it was getting darker; the shops began closing and we couldnīt find our hotel. Lucky for us we had the compass and the map, so after exchanging a few words with local people who were surprisingly very keen on helping us we finally found our hotel. Arriving at the hotel we ate something and went to bed. We were ...