Riad Maison Bleue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... difficult, since they speak practically no English and almost no French (which we would have expected more). Nevertheless really warm people.
The roads quickly turned out to be a challenge. For us in the Subaru, ground clearance was the biggest limiting factor. We don't mind to get stuck on our belly in the sand, but we do mind getting damage from hard landings on pieces of asphalt/tarmac and stones due to big holes ...
... used to grow a lot of olives, it fell about 285 and the Romans never took it back because of its remoteness and it just never seemed worth the trouble in the cost of troops
After wandering around here for a couple of hours it was back to the truck, it seemed rather pointless to me coming here, I have seen better ruins with a lot more history attached and ...
... the opportunity to stroll and shop alongside the local farming families, in town to collect supplies and conduct business negotiations. Donkeys and mules weaving in and out of cars and motorbikes along with groups of people sitting under the shade of trees no doubt catching up on the latest gossip. It was raw and it was true, what we saw was life as it is and it was a lovely experience.
Throughout Morocco we have found everyone so ...
... to brighten him up - well, somewhat. He also seemed pleased that we liked his choice of hotels and we would have to admit that we did appreciate his selection of accommodation throughout our travels in Morocco. Mohammed as we were to find, was certainly his own person.
Our destination was Fes, the famous ancient city about which we had heard so much. On our way we were to visit the old city of Meknes and the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis.
... would double to cover their commission.