Riad Menthe Et Citron
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
LocationMap this b&b
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Riad Menthe Et Citron
TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Menthe Et Citron Meknes
Travel Blogs from Meknes
... br> He had my bill, and we looked at it. I asked for mint tea in the blue room. He said he would update my bill, and I said I would pay up there. So that's what happened.
Hunter's tummy has not been so great since last night. She didn't want to go out this evening, so we've just been relaxing. No dinner tonight.
It's getting late, but only a little after 11 pm. Time to get ready for bed and prepare to leave tomorrow.
The driver continued on and asked if we'd like to visit Palace Al Ismailia. "Sure", we said, but that turned out to be a "craft cooperative".
We briefly looked at a demonstration of how one unique metal work is made. A thin silver wire is pounded onto decorative metal objects. We were also shown examples of beautiful embroidery the women do here.
Calèche Crusing End
... villa, drove 500m down a maximum 3 metre wide dirt track set above the orange groves, like driving along a Dutch dyke! Suddenly no acceleration.....and nowhere to turn round and a downhill into a ford ahead which we would never get out of, not with 1000 rpm! Mark got out of the driver's seat and I got in....he is stronger and the van did not have enough revs to be able to reverse on the bumpy track! At snails pace, with plenty of effort from ...
... for heads of departments so he is far more influential than the English monarchy. Graffiti is not dissimilar in Meknes. More paved roads than India. Carnival in the town similar to ours. The first stop was Volubulis, a roman ruin of great proportion, then the Moulay Ismail mausoleum....he, the king, had 500 concubines and 800 children. And he had time for wars! We ended the day belly dancing at Palais Jamal. Great day. ...
... escorting around the country. I ended up joining them for dinner, but can honestly say I wish I had dined alone. It is the first time in all my travels I found myself disliking an Aussie. Now the tour guide and one of the women were delightful. It was number 3 who was a real pill. She seemed completely miserable, was petrified of the Medina (it is a little overwhelming, but jeesh lighten up lady) and felt the need to one up me constantly during the conversation. (Oh you ...