Terra Mia Marrakech
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... so I found it quite interesting. Some of it was fairly hilly & some was flatter. They are harvesting at ...
I've woken up this morning with cramps, vomiting etc. thank god we have the day here. The man that came up said: you've been in the dessert? Apparently it's not uncommon to get this after the dessert, great. Oh well, it's a nice room, they have sent up green tea and dry bread and I really don't have anything else ...
... to have been in the billions. The mosque is known as the mosque of the people, however it is so far away from where most people live, so is very impractical for them to travel and pray there five times per day! Following our tour around the mosque we visited the cafe made famous by the movie Casablanca, Rick's cafe. That's what I've been told at least, I've never seen the movie. Then it was back on the road toward ...
... after I said we have just got it, he was OK, and said not again... water in the hotel was twice as much as the shop and for smaller bottles!!! Mini Market Shops dont look the same as at home, you have to keep your eyes open they can be as much as a counter at the front of the shop to a shack with a variety of products. Water was cheap, 10Dh for a big 5ltr bottle, and between 4 and 10Dh for a 2 ltr bottle depending on where you get it from.
... gardens created in 1947 by the painter Jacques Majorelle. The garden was then renovated in the 1980's by french fashion designers Pierre Bergé and Yves Saint Laurent. The park was very nice, with lots of cacti and bamboo trees, plus an elaborately decorated house (now an Islamic Museum, closed for renovations). The gardens were a very tranquil and relaxing place to spend a few hours.
After the gardens, we really had ...