Riad El Ma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... one desert dweller need? Anyway.
We arrived easy enough in Meknes and settled into what has become our default hotel chain – Ibis. They aren’t bad, they’re not great, but they are pretty cheap and consistent – besides, they are the only hotel in the small towns that actually have a Bar – even if the beer is $5 us a bottle. Ouch. Our intention for staying in Meknes is to spend some time at the two must-see sights in ...
... br> Resistance to sales pressure is admittedly easier for me as there truly is nothing I want to buy. Avril, on the other hand, is looking to acquire some items for herself and others, and this brings us into the shark infested waters to swim. But not me! I need nothing, want nothing, buy nothing!
So how is it my suitcase now has a wall hanging, a lamp fixture and several fossils?
But Ali Baba still has no sugar hammer!
... Next stop was the Kings mausoleum, and here we struck lucky, just sneaking through the gates as they were closing...beautifully adorned guards manning the doorways, an Amman reading the Koran, beautiful mosaics and gold leafed ceiling...so glad we struck lucky here! However not so lucky at The Kings Palace..the Workers March meant the roads were barricaded off...so we drove around the streets and out again...the streets ...
... enjoyed Nos Nos (coffee) whilst watching the entertainment in the centre of the square. Refreshed, we continued on walking through some gorgeous gardens and on to some old stables which at one time housed a staggering twelve thousand horses. Our time in Meknes was a great introduction to Moroccan medina’s and souks and we had time to absorb the atmosphere of this endearing old city.
Bidding farewell to Meknes ...
... of a plaza of unfinished pillars, was a red brick tower. It failed to capture the imagination with anything other than size and even that left little impression. As we exited the walled compound one guard's horse started rearing up and tramping out and away from the small dirt patch it had been standing in. I can sympathise with the horse, being forced to stand to attention in the sun for who knows how many hours. The situation was rapidly brought ...