Riad Albizzia

Address: Derb Sbaiya 7, Marrakech, Morocco | B&B
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This B&B, located on Derb Sbaiya 7, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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        Cooking, then all kinds of crazy

        A travel blog entry by rlobb on Oct 08, 2015

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        ... waiting for us. The girls are dropping farther and farther back because they've just figured out that he's going to ask for money and they want to lose him. Their next tactic is to take a long time looking at a jewelry stall, but he's still waiting. Upon our arrival, our guide immediately starts asking for money and isn't too impressed when I tell him no. We didn't ask for help, he came to us. He didn't put up as much of a fight as I was expecting, so we were soon on ...

        Winding around the Atlas mountains

        A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on May 03, 2015

        ... We sat on the floor of the roof, on rugs and cushions and were served such delicious food! First up - a tomato salad (coriander and olive oil) and khobez bread. Then a vegetable tagine - the vegetables had been cooked in the tagine, rather than just put in there afterwards for show. They had caramelised on the ceramic dish that they had spent the last 3 hours being cooked in - so delicious!! I was already a bit full and then some vegetable couscous ...

        High Atlas and Magical Marrakech

        A travel blog entry by brownsltd on Jun 06, 2014

        55 photos

        ... We were sad to say goodbye to our travelling companions and to Said whom we had grown so fond of. Said was simply an exceptional guide, he welcomed us into his country and showed us the best of Morocco. His warmth, passion and sense of humour added another dimension to our experience and we thank him for that.

        As we closed the door of the riad and headed out to the airport we reflected on how we had enjoyed every day and every experience in Morocco, as ...

        A different world... the third one, to be precise.

        A travel blog entry by phenri on May 19, 2013

        8 photos

        ... every now and then and joined in dancing with us as well. I'm sure the French couple downstairs was complaining about poor service, because we were getting all of it. We even got to experience what I think was a sort of Moroccan freestyle session, consisting of us standing in a circle, shouting something that sounded like "I broke my leg!" while the smallest of the musicians danced in the center and said random lines in Arabic. I resisted the urge to ...

        Funky Moroccan Medina

        A travel blog entry by magellan2012 on Apr 16, 2012

        10 photos

        ... hat is a fez. And is Turkish. But the Ottoman Empire never controlled Morocco, so how it became a must have tourist souvenir... go figure).
        Fes is home to Morroco's largest medina and it's an impossible labyrinth to negotiate. Visitors need to be on their toes as donkeys and carts come crashing through narrow laneways with little notice. As well as old madrassas, mosques and thousands of shops, the medina is famous for its ...