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... Luckily we were welcomed at a run down Auberge and for the equivalent of £4.00 were saved from a horrific journey back to the nearest campsite.
The next morning it was as if the storm had never happened. And with the sun shining and the bridge now passable we headed through the dramatic, Central Atlas Mountains into the Dades Gorge, where stunning mountains of rust red and mauve, tower above you and orchards of fig, almond and olive ...
... 5:30. The city is located on a plain between the High Atlas Mountains and the Anti Atlas Mountains. It is at the beginning of the Sahara. A very clean modern city whose two main industries are tourism and movie making. Our hotel for one night is fabulous! We have a suite. Grounds are fabulous! Too bad it is only one night! We went to a fabulous French restaurant tonight. We had delicious Monk fish with leek sauce. The decor was gorgeous! Tomorrow on to ...
... what a fantastic sight it was when we rounded the corner. We pulled over at a viewpoint over intriguing Kasbah Mirna and Kasbah du Glaoui.
The viewpoint is right next to the gorgeous Kasbah Itran Hotel. (http://www.kasbahitran.com) The price for what it was was extremely reasonable. The hotel could be right out of the pages of Architectural Digest. From our room we had view of one of the two old kasbahs in ...
... but the fellow did not seem to understand how to only sell me a few). We wandered around the souk for a bit, passing the requisite goat heads (a favorite in Morocco) and the accompanying odor from sitting in the hot sun, before getting back in the car and heading down the road.
But wait … there's more. We had to do one pass by the King's Palace In Erfoud (yep another one), which has apparently never been visited by the big guy. This one was as enormous ...
... reached Skoura. Perhaps the GPS co-ordinates were wrong. Perhaps I entered them wrongly. Perhaps the SatNav maps were at fault. The people at the hotel readily agreed that the co-ordinates were wrong and said they sent an email confirming the booking and giving more detailed directions. Maybe they did - I never received it. Or maybe, like much in Morocco, it's simply polite to agree with a visitor when he says something's not ...