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I usually don't write reviews, but this place is great. See on booking.com
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... allowed for them to be out”. “But you are” “Yes, but I am not married, and I love my job, so I can come here. But only home or here today”.
So we discuss the rules. St Andrews Golf Club has just changed the rules to admit women. You can find and read the rule book. But here the rule book is not written, but exists and has been developed over thousands of years.
So then you get a bit angry about a religion/culture that tolerates and/or ...
... fact in the seven days we are here we only spend maybe an hour or so in the Medina.
While the Medina was slightly disappointing it was not the end of the world as we had seen so many lovely and interesting Medina's on this trip what we were really looking forward to was some seafood with only really Casablanca being considering a seafood haunt. There was indeed much seafood on offer mostly little mom and pop top places against the ...
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... the Jardin Marjorelle. It is a plot of land that was owned by the son of a French furniture maker who moved to Marrakech to concentrate on being a painter. He spent 10 year having an amazing garden built and it was opened to the public in 1947 but by the time he died, it was abandoned and fell into disrepair. In 1980 the garden was discovered by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Berge who bought it and saved it from being turned into a hotel complex. They decided ...
... who really had no desire to go more than fifteen feet without stopping. Every time he did stop, our driver (for lack of a better word) was indignant to say the least, and would tap the side of the cart with his whip. However, just about the time we reached the main road and our driver wanted to go faster, it became clear exactly why our horse was reluctant to travel. I guess that something he had eaten wasn’t really sitting well, because with every step he took, he ****** ...