Riad Les Inseparables
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we have the complimentary breakfast of hot chocolate, pancakes, bread and eggs. It was delicious. Next we sun bathed on the roof terrace. After that we headed out to the gardens, getting lost several times. The gardens were beautiful. The ...
... of the square… a fabulous restaurant in a fabulous riad/hotel. If they have it, you must try their Shark Carpaccio with Dill appetizer and their Squid with Kaffir Lime Leaves. YUMMM!
The following day was a Monday, which is the market day at the Tnine d’Ourika Berber Market in the OurikaValley. It was one of the most exciting adventures during our trip. We wandered amongst the delicious vegetable and ...
We woke up today and met Keith, Lindsay and Ibrahim at breakfast, then went out the front to where there was a van waiting for us. We got in and left Marrakech. Our first stop was at a Berber market. Berbers are the original occupants of Morocco, who live in the mountains usually still in their villages and tribes. We walked through the market, and got a delicious fresh squeezed orange juice. Although we were a bit wary of the hygiene of the glasses they were served in! ...
... Michele and Stu march in and order some snacks off the menu, not really sure what we are ordering. We're given a couple of plates, then asked by the waiter "why are you still here?" as we awkwardly stand around waiting for more food that does not exist. (Biarritz, France). 8. Enjoying one of the best three course meals of our lives at a non-descript little restaurant called 'le Pimpi'. (Biarritz, France). 9. After the first days hike of the camino to Santiago, where we ...
... to lounge. I climbed to the roof terrace and I went to sleep under the bamboo shade. As the heat of the day came I woke up sweating to the sound of prayer chants that are broadcasted over loud speaker five times a day. I realized also, even in October, what a hot place this will be. Two of the rooms were fitted with air conditioning which would help if things got real bad. As it turns out though, the thick walls of the riad retain the coolness of the night and air ...