Riad Dar Tamlil
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... can spend vast quantities of time in this place; there is so much to see and so much to do. There are snowy mountains to climb; there are waterfalls, stunning beaches, deserts, rivers, gorges, islands, etc. It’s a beautiful place in so many ways. In saying that, looking out the window there is an incredible amount of dryness and I feel like you would get sick of the dirty and poor parts of the country. There is definitely a feeling of ...
... High Atlas Mountains providing a curtain of beauty behind them. On recommendations from Mohammed, our tour leader, we joined forces with Donny, the Canadian, and left the relative peace of evening in the new city to join thousands of others in the medina by night. Marrakech has a distinctly Andalucian feel to it, (pr perhaps Andalucia has a Moroccon feel, or perhaps both places have influenced each other over the centuries). With low lying buildings and wide plazas, the new city, at ...
... and wallpaper. It was enhanced with some well appointed mood lighting. The decor was lovely and the food divine. We were also lucky enough to find ourselves in the middle of a Moroccan wedding. The 'love seat' in the photo waited patiently for its inhabitants who,we suspect had never met each other until that evening. It was in some ways romantic (beautiful setting and amazing 'costumes'?) but in other ways archaic ( in that the bride was 'presented' to ...
... then another two hours to get through Moroccan immigration formalities. Much to our surprise, the car hire rep, was still waiting for us in the arrivals hall at the airport with a big smile and not at all surprised that we were an hour and a half later than we had told him we would pick up the car. The vehicle was just what we ordered - a nice big 4x4, diesel, with heavy-duty tyres, but it lacked the SatNav we had ...
... unsteadily stacked on a donkey. Caged chickens and stray cats wandering the streets. We wandered quickly through the maze of souks, avoiding eye contact. Having to learn to walk tighty on the right to avoid being mowed down by mopeds.
One of the cleanest cities I've ever visited, their was no litter, no people eating or drinking in the streets.
We ate dinner at restaurant de france, successfully speaking the broken french we knew ...