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... they still made money. I'm sure this guy did too, but I think not as much as he would have liked. Shrug.
Then we went to the Medersa Bouania (sp?), the Arabic school. (More info coming here,) It was 10 dh/pp to enter. I thought it was still in use, but it looked like it hadn't been used for some time. The courtyard was gorgeous: so much detail on the walls and doors. Surrounding the courtyard on the ground floor and first floor were the ...
... re passing the Royal Palace. Bored guards, in front of the large ornately carved wooden doors in the gate, barely looked up.
Heri es-Souani (Stables and Granaries)
We stopped for a closer look at the Heri es-Souani, the horse stables that housed 12,000 horses during the reign Moulay Ismail (1672–1727) and his granaries. Entrance fee - 10 Dh per person ($1.25).
We were ...
... of the fascist period as it was in many of the ruins of Rome. The history of North Africa and the puppet Vichey regime is complicated but the reconstructions support the overwhelming influence the conflict had on the world at that time. Missing from the ruins however was the support attempts made in Rome during the 60s and 70s. While this shows that the government did not invest in the monument right after gaining independence, it in a way was ...
... Nissan so we parked up outside and walked straight to the Service Dept and handed over the French translation. It never ceases to amaze me how our van is instantly prioritised over everything else, whether it is because we are different or because the van is different....we will never know!
They confirmed the diagnosis, removed the accelerator pedal to see if it physically matched anything they had, put it back on the van (because ...
... college town with a Unesco World Heritage site designation. The most notable sites in Meknes are the Medina (the old city) and the gates that mark the entrance to the Medina. The city was the capital of Morocco under Sultan Moulay Ismail who reigned for 50 years until his death in 1727.
We drove through the city past the immense Muslim cemetery that is built outside the Medina walls and then through Bab Mansour, which is the huge imposing gate in impeccable ...