Riad Menthe Et Citron
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... us a little about Moroccan life and Islam. The first half of the tour was educational as we learnt about the way of life in Morocco as well as a few Arabic terms. The second half of the tour we went around to some local craft and spice stores to learn more about the local goods (and of course get pressured to buy some, nice try) before returning to our medina for a quiet night in. All in all a great start to our Moroccan ...
... necklaces and teapots were produced out of nowhere. Each at a reasonable price, of course, and one that Madame could surely afford. Or perhaps she could state her preferred price?
Inexorably, the hidden nature of The Little Shop of Horrors was revealed. Reaching for blood from the nearest available victims, the carnivorous plant turned to me. "And what did Monsieur find most interesting?" Of course, I had loved the Judaica, as he knew I would, but I was not ...
So today we actually started our stuff with the tour...and off we went to the Mosque...the 3rd largest in the world.... BUT, after wandering around the huge forecourt, Abdul's (our guide) went to buy our tickets....BUT although the mosque was open....the ticket sellers had not turned up as it was National Workers Day...May Day celebrations, so they didn't have to come to work even though they should....so we missed out on ...
... tour we found ourselves in area of the medina with the most beautiful wood and tile work on doorways and windows.
We continued on and saw men doing embroidery with a semi automated machine. I was surprised to see that men do this delicate needlework.
We capped off our visit to Meknes with a stop at a museum. Dar Jamai was an old palace and houses the Museum of Moroccan Arts, exhibiting artifacts, ...
... section of the land is utilised. Whilst the crops are rather small by our measure, the locals do not put all their eggs in one basket so to speak, they have a variety of crops. Furthermore, where ever there was livestock there was a 'shepherd’ observing close by, be it sheep, goats, cattle or donkeys.
Arriving in Meknes and having checked into our hotel, we had some time to explore the local area before heading to ...