La Maison de Lea
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... consisted of bamboo or palm trees. My favourite was the bamboo although people had graffitied it all. The camel ride was expensive. I got a camel to share with my sister. I like it here in Marrakesh. We have a nice hotel, amazing complimentary ...
... 8230; the live goat, sheep, chicken and camel sellers… the dead goat, sheep, chicken and camel sellers… the dead goat, sheep, chicken and camel parts sellers… the trinket sellers… the used clothing sellers… the basket sellers… the metal-smiths… the wood carvers… the food stalls… and the touts trying to get the few tourists to buy something… anything. This is ...
... through the markets, past the second hand section, had a peek into the donkey parking area (yes, you read that right!) then wandered through the fresh fruits, vegetables and meats sections, which had an even worse smell than the souks we'd visited!! There were plenty of goats heads on display, and the fish section was disgusting!! After we wandered through there and past the spices and other random parts, we walked past the barbers! There were people there ...
... at an albergue (fancy name for large building with bunk beds and timed hot showers), we are served up not bad soup and some kind of grey meat. The seemingly endless supply of good French wine consoles us and also calms Stu down who literally jumps out of his chair when the burly innkeeper bellows out "Bon Appeit!" really really loudly right behind him. (Orisson, France). 10. Possibly the best (well, definitely the most deserved) chocolate bar (aptly called 'Hurry ...
... not necessary this time of year. We had ceiling fans that kept us comfortable as we slept.
Our first foray into the ‘wilderness’ was done a few hours later. There was no food in the house and we were running on a Croissant from Rome, so we needed to get some food. Out on the street we quickly became terrorized by the routine traffic of the medina. All of those mopeds from America that could not pass their smog tests in the late ‘70s have been ...