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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Heated pool
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... cold (Lee has it set even lower than I find comfy!). There is a mixture of ages, nationalities and types of travellers here for sure. Most are doing something before it gets too hot and before they return for high tea and then probably a night time excursion somewhere. It's very relaxed but as predicted I've still not seen anyone in the pool.
Well I've mastered Moroccan cooking and I even have the certificate to prove it. I've sliced and diced, I've julienned, ...
... the French in the early 20th century. We stopped to visit the Koutoubia minaret and mosque. Back on the carriage to ride to the Saadian Tombs. This is really a beautiful city with old and new sections. Our carriages took us back to our riad. We were supposed to have the afternoon free but Lansari had a special treat for us. We boarded taxis for a ride to his home whichever is in a new modern area. His home is beautiful! We met his three sons, the oldest is ...
... bummer. We then went to an Internet cafe to pint our boarding pass and then back to the hostel to back and get ready for our 6 am wakeup. While in the hostel I overheard a guy asking the best way to get to the airport for 8am and decided to jump in and join him. His name was Josh (American but living in Birmingham) and he was on the same flight to London with us so I figured we would share a cab. We met in the morning and made our way to the airport and back to ...
... view! And WOW did it redeem itself!
We started the day with what was supposed to be a three hour tour of the Medina, however our guide was amazing and stayed with us for about 5.5 hours all up. I won't talk about everything we did, It'd take all day, but I'll write about some of my highlights:
- We started at the Main gate, which is blue on one side (see photo) and green on the other. . . Blue being the colour of Fes, and green the colour of ...
... from your face at a public restaurant.
After our time in the city and our subsequent Sahara Camel Trek and Atlas Mountain Trek, we later returned to Marrakech for one night as a jumping-off point for our next adventure. This time Vienna and I partook in a “hammam,” the traditional Moroccan steam and scrub experience that is a very important part of most Moroccans’ weeks. We did not go to a traditional one, though, where women in one hammam ...