- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... took the dough balls and flattened them onto wooden paddles (similar to Pizza paddles) As the extent of our bread making in the past consisted of popping slices into a toaster we were fascinated to watch the flat loaves rise in the oven before they removed them to cool. We went back to the Kasbah where dinner was now being served and enjoyed our fresh-from-the-coals, Khobz, with our ...
... to go all the way up. Does my backside look better now? The view from the very top was spectacular. I can see why so many movies were filmed here. Khalid pointed out some film locations better appreciated from this high point – a scene from Gladiator and Jewel of the Nile. I am going to go back to watch these movies to see if I can recognize any of the locations. In the distance you could hear the mid-day Call to ...
... so we tell taxi driver OK, we will pay for four persons and off we go to Salt River. Here we must change to another grand taxi to complete our journey but it is only 5 Dh per person for this part of the trip so we pay for all six places. We arrive in Ait Ben Haddou and, still following Omar's plan, we make our way across the public foot bridge, not through the Berber houses for which we must pay a fat fee. The small town with its ancient Kasbah ...
... hearts were better. We didn't quite figure out which animal they were from, but our feeling is cow.
After lunch, we visited a Berber herbalist who gave us a short presentation on various oils and spices on offer. A try before you buy, it was nice to get a whiff of things before shopping without bargaining - a skill we'd better develop before hitting the shops of Marrakech.
Another early day, we checked into our hotel, ...
... Benhaddou for such movies as Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia and The Mummy and The Mummy Returns.
It is also a UNESCO world heritage site. Standing on the ancient caravan route through the Atlas mountains, this fortified city or ‘Ksar’ has grown up over the last five hundred years, its location dominating the landscape for miles around.
Deep red sun-baked Kasbah's are elaborately decorated and crenulated, perched one above another ...