Riad Dar Alfarah

Address: 58, derb Touareg, Marrakech, 40008, Morocco | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 58, derb Touareg, Marrakech, is near Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech Souk, Saadian Tombs, and Chez Ali.
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    Once more into the breach, dear friends...

    A travel blog entry by cisamcgu on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... very dark in the outdoor restaurant by this time so I can only guess what it might have been - they seemed to enjoy it. ( Lucia's had mushrooms in it though, I know that much )

    We got back to the riad quickly and settled into bed. It is a big day tomorrow, trecking in the High Atlas ! Not really sure how much trecking as opposed to just looking at the mountains we will be doing - we will find out tomorrow

    Toodle pip !

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    What's your favorite destination?

    A travel blog entry by vanhise on Apr 12, 2015

    ... a country where alcohol is not easily found (no drinks on this entire trip). And I have not found a cafe with a woman sitting alone - in fact I can only remember 2-3 times I saw a woman sitting at all (always with her husband). Only the men go out. So I don't find it comfortable. Of course it probably doesn't help that it's been quite chilly every day - I packed for ...

    I survived the Pass!

    A travel blog entry by vanhise on Apr 11, 2015

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    ... H&M clothing). But we headed to the famous medina and after a short tour of the palace of the last Sultan (and his 4 official wives and 28 unofficial wives) and a museum which could be thoroughly viewed in under 15 minutes, we were let loose on the souks. We saw snake charmers, monkey dancers, sellers of all kinds of Moroccan goods (some nice, some very trinkety). We are all getting better at bargaining but it's still uncomfortable. It's hard not to buy when you are ...

    Not quite Laurence of Arabia

    A travel blog entry by georgecreeve on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... Then we were led into a drugary where we bought herbal medicines spice and perfume for girls back at home. Then in the evening, after dinner, we went to the souks. As soon as we arrived we were greeted by; the sound of drums and music; the smell of spices and the sight of fires that people were gathering around.
    The fourth day was spent in Casablanca where we saw some more mosques, churches and ...

    The search for goods

    A travel blog entry by gypsychik on Oct 18, 2013

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    ... family, have basic necessities. Tourists are a huge part of the economy. Nothing in Morocco is free. But as I have found in most 3rd world countries, the people are very welcoming and kind. So as I start off this morning in the direction of the souks, booths were the men sell there goods. I had no idea what I would find, just a general idea of what I was looking for. Then a man who had seen me before in the square pointed me to a place he said I should see. He walked me a ways ...