Riad et Dar Maison Do
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... in Marrakech and nearly everyone at the conference got sick. I hope that we don't get sick.
Before we left home we decided that I would try to learn a bit of French and Issy would try to learn a bit of Italian. I am really bad at languages. Issy tells me that she wants a medium sized soy hot chocolate from a cafe in the airport. I realise that we are in France, so I am expected to do the ordering. I hadn't expected to be called into action quite so soon. ...
... el-Mansour as compensation for her failure to keep the fast for one day during the month of Ramadan. She had her golden jewelry melted down to fashion the fourth globewhich she offered in atonement for breaking the Ramadan fast. The balance of the balls is supposed to be kept by the influence of the planets. Koutoubia Mosque is most famous for its minaret towers. Although they were originally displeasing to Muslims because they did align with Mecca and thus had to ...
... down this sketchy alley to the hostel, which was a smart move on their part. Our new place was only a few minutes’ walk from our original hostel, and was called Nari Nari. We were finally led to our other hostel, which had more of a romantic type of feel to ...
... to play and create without (too much) concern for the approval of others. It is a bit like recreating my old dolls house where I used to spend hours working out what configuration would be most pleasing for the dolls to live in. Should I change the colour of the carpet? Should the dresser go on the far wall or would that create a space too cramped for the dolls to squeeze past (at night when I was asleep of course!.) So yes it gives me indescribable pleasure to arrange ...
... the shower ran on solar heat and was so scorching hot that we couldn’t shower. The two amenities that we desired most, a cold shower and Wi-Fi were not available.
Frustrated with the situation, we made an executive decision to relocate to a room closer to the main square and to leave what seemed like the not so ideal Riad. Clouded by our frustrations, we were not making the rashest of decisions and regretted our move. It meant schlepping our ...