Riad Dar Tamlil
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today dawns with a dazzling blue sky and perfect temperatures (low 70s) for our day of touring in Marrakech. We see an historic olive garden, a towering minaret, ancient tombs, a gorgeous palace, a warren of souks, and the vibrant central square. All of this is a full day in itself, but the social whirl dosn't stop. Tonight we ...
... we twist and turn through narrow alleys to a door which opens into a historic home steeped in Moroccan traditions. Our gracious host has thrown a lavish party, and invited some of the locals – one of whom has owned a Riad here for over 30 years (he hails from South Dakota originally). This wonderful gentleman has amazing stories to tell, and he invites us to his home for a party tomorrow night. We are overwhelmed, and gratefully ...
... with soup and bread. By the time dinner was finished it was 1:00 in the morning on Sunday. We very quickly went up to bed as we had a 7:3 start later that day.
The first day was spent on a coach for the majority of the time on the coach. We drove around looking at different buildings. We saw the 14th century walls and the Ali Ben Youssef Mosque. The first thing I noticed was the increase of heat in ...
... and night, full of sellers, buyers, snake charmers, magicians; you name it: it's there! By night fall, the sellers stands give way to the kebab stands, and both locals and tourists gather for dinner, followed by tea and desert from the cartons being pulled around, full of local sweets 4. The minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech’s most famous symbol – built in a traditional Almohad style and topped with four copper globes – visible ...
... is a lot nicer and tourist-friendly than Casablanca. The medina itself is incredible...just a maze of shop after shop after shop with spices and rugs and mirrors and shoes and people yelling about prices and people trying to get yuo into them. We doe t basically the first day walking around looking at things.. None of the prices are set either so you have to speak in French or Arab (yea right) to get the prices down .i am pretty ****** ...