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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... both made it to Marrakesh safely, and with our luggage intact, about 5 hours apart from each other and met up that evening at Kasbah Tamadot, which is Ric************’s beautiful hotel, located in a remote setting, only a one hour drive from Marrakesh. It is a fantastic property, a former residence of one of the high officials of the area government, converted to a hotel 9 years ago. It sits on a hillside across the river valley from a small, ...
... The View from the Top Of course I have to take some time to soak in the view--and of course play a concert on this impressive location. I would like to claim that I'm the first to reach Toubkal, but I checked on youtube and there's a guy there with a guitar who made it before me... but his was a small guitar... I must say that, despite my reluctance, I don't regret bringing my guitar with me. It is a very special moment, and I'm glad we can share it together. I ...
... had time to walk 30 minutes to the first waterfall. It was a typical tourist route with locals trying to sell all sorts of nic nacs on the path up to the waterfalls, and local ladies lining the route, giving me the up and down look, I was dressed reasonably well and respectfully though. The drive back to Marrakech took little over an hour, it seemed like rush hour on the route back out of the Atlas, and many slow moving cars left long lines of traffic at times...
... and Fritz sat down for the lesson. Meanwhile, it seemed that the room got more full of people – neighbors and relatives were suddenly dropping by and assembling in the room. Fritz received instruction from Lassan and “Mama Bear,” niece Zara, and anyone else who was standing around. Poor Fritz was pretty confused about exactly how they wanted him to mix and knead the dough, with all the instructions being thrown at him, in Arabic, no ...
... and his family got out some maps and it quickly became apparent that he was going to give us the hard sell of a tour.
Max took the lead, asking questions about the possible routes, and the costs of each. The costs didn't make much sense to me, with wildly varying prices for seemingly no reason, but they were all a little too high for all three of us. Unfortunately, Max wasn't really into the whole bartering thing and got really angry with their prices and ...