Riad Dar Skalli
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Great stay in a traditional Riad
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... 500 would be a good price and wasn't willing to budge from there. The guy was so mad at us and seemed really upset but sold it to us anyways for 500 ($50). We were happy with our bartering skills and left.
We had a few hours before we had to go to the airport, but we were worn down from the market so we went back to our hotel and lounged in the courtyard for a few hours! It was a great trip but exhausting all at the same ...
... blossom water, which smells like orange leaves from a tree in someone’s garden. You could use it as perfume it's so fresh and fragrant but not too sweet.
By the time the food was almost done, we had already set the table at the breakfast bar and were ready to sit and enjoy the fruits of our labor. The kitchen smelled amazing. It was around 1:30pm so our stomachs were telling us that it was time to eat. We waited a bit for the bastilla to be ready, and ...
... like a chess board. After a few games one of the guys gestured to Caleb to come for a game. After a few minutes there were three more guys young and old who were helping Caleb and waiting to play him. It is interesting traveling with a child - as Christine pointed out - parent hood is universal. We do not seem to be being harassed much to buy stuff as some guide books say you will be - could be in part ...
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We just relaxed at the restaurant for a long time. He even told us to move the pillows to the side for our backs and put our feet up, like home. He was so nice. It was very enjoyable there.
Eventually, we both needed to get going before we became part of the furniture. We walked around some more and shopped. We had a fun time bargaining for scarves. The man even said he had fun with us and that we were nice people (this was after ...
... who founded Morocco's first dynasty) when the city Volubilis was considered too small to house its booming population. Upon Idriss' death his son Idriss II fulfilled his father's vision and Fes was to become the capital of the Idrissid Dynasty from AD 788 to 956.
The site was chosen for its proximity to the river named Oued al Jawahir or River of the Pearls (now known as the Fes River). The city owes much of its existence and qualities to the ...