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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... to the global village. Our friend from South Africa had booked this tour, which was more specialized tour than the standard medina tours that we had seen online and we were excited to get a glimpse of the day to day lives of these artisans.
We left the dar and headed back up the narrow path, turning right on the main road we had come down the night before (Tala'a Sghira), going down further into the medina. The difference between the medina at 11pm at night and 10am ...
... Caleb's chest. I stood up and yelled across the square "Monsieur"... probably for the better nothing more occurred. I would have been outnumbered I think - Moroccans versus Canadians at the square.
Christine pulled out the rainbow looms and several of the soccer kids came over and Caleb and Christine taught them how to do it. At one point there were seven kids making bracelets - then a few older kids wandered over and stole the ...
We decided to try and make our way through to the west side of the medina today which is where more of the hotel/riad and restaurants are. We started trying to go via the road to the western side gate but were advised by what we think were police that it was not the best way to go - the word 'thieves' in French was mentioned. So we turned around and said screw it and with the aid of the compass in my ...
... urban areas. Al-Qarawiyyin, founded in AD 859, is the oldest continuously functioning madrasa in the world. The city has been called the "Mecca of the West" and the "Athens of Africa"
The doors of residences were very interesting. See pictures. The Arabic style is to not reveal your home to the outside. No exterior windows. Instead it has a central garden open to the sky and all the rooms face inwards. Even when the front door opens, it usually doesn't look into the ...
... in Europe).
Anyhow, my parents arrived safely, if a bit jet lagged, at our hotel at about 2PM, and after a short nap we all went for a walk and found some dinner. The walk was very interesting; for the four of us it was a nonevent in an area where there wasn't much happening. We strolled around the Casablanca medina, which is small and tame, and then walked a few blocks and found a restaurant for dinner. The kids had fun shepherding their grandparents ...