Riad Dalla Santa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... getting hungry. We had a huge lunch with fresh salad each, a big plate of different meats each, a plate of couscous each and another egg and meat dish to eat. We also grabbed a coke each. I offered to pay as he had been such a nice guy and I really appreciated his kindness when he really didn’t need to be. However he went ahead and paid himself, he came back and I asked how much he paid and he said he only paid 40 durhams, which I thought was utterly ridiculous. ...
... and beautiful central square. The corridors, which led along the ground and first floor, housed the sleeping quarters of the scholars, each room on the first floor with a pretty wooden framed window looking out onto the courtyard below.
The paved courtyard itself was constructed of two wide passageways, framed by columns, built around a large, sunken pool. This would have been pretty enough, but the walls were the star attraction. Tiled to head height, with ...
... fuel and cash and I was set to try and reach Rabat. My impression of the guy helping me at the border crossing is he was friendly and helpful and made my crossing easier. I know it was for money and I gave him €10 for his trouble, which I guess is more than he would normally get. It really made the entry into Morocco easy.
Rabat was a fair few miles away and it meant that I would arrive late and tired, not wise and one of the mistakes ...
... Fna square which we will go back to at night when it comes alive (with snake charmers, etc). Stores laden with oranges all in a row, offering fresh squeezed juice - which one to choose?
Want to buy many things and can't really buy anything because would then have to cart it round for next 4 weeks. Instead create an imaginary suit case which we fill up with everything that takes our fancy. Suitcase gets very long ...
... a carpet. I did find out it takes 3 months to make a medium carpet by hand.
On the way back to our riad, we walked along to palace walls of El Badi Palace, taking photos of the storks. 2 young boys on rollerskates offered to show us the way to a mosque & garden- knowing no english they insisted on money by holding their hand out, we gave them a few centines- they looked disappointed.
We walked miles this ...