La Pause

Address: Douar Lmih Laroussiene, Marrakech, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Douar Lmih Laroussiene, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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    Relax Day

    A travel blog entry by janetsblog on Aug 08, 2015

    ... sunning, lounging, food and drinks. We are joined by others at various times during the day and have a plan to go to "Mamma Mia's " for dinner. It is an up market Italian restaurant and delicious food. Everyone is very full yet again. Back to Lyndon and Leigh's for the usual nightcap and off to ...

    Marrakech markets and tannery

    A travel blog entry by janetsblog on Aug 07, 2015

    Up and early breakfast at 8am. We are heading to the local Markets and Tannery in Medina, or "Old Marrakech" today and want to get there early and beat the heat. The main Market was setting up in the Market Square as we arrived (9.40am). We headed off down narrow streets with shop fronts mostly closed. The further we went the narrower the streets became and eventually we asked a local about the Tannery and its whereabouts. He said he could take us (for a small ...

    An orgy for the senses

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Mar 28, 2015

    ... the stench of urine and sweet smell of manure. As we rounded the corner, we were greeted by an incredible sight. Like a vision from a exotic poem, the sight above us slowly came into focus as we began to cross the Jama El fna, the main square in marrakech's medina. A thick haze was suspended in the warm evening air, and crowded underneath it were thousands of figures, all pulsating and weaving rhythmically in time with the pounding drumbeats and wailing pipes whose cacophony ...

    On the Marrakech Express

    A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... a tagine. It is all lovely but does contain some challenges such as lamb's brain and cow liver. I have a little go at both. They would be very good but I've still got to get over the "yuck" factor with offal. For the main we have Tangia, the local speciality for two people. It is lamb cooked in a sealed urn. It is far too much, especially after all those starters and we do not really do it ...

    Staying With a Fulbright Scholar in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Mar 06, 2012

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    ... dishes, it was cooked with lots of cumin, olive oil, and fresh ingredients. Moroccan food, I think, is a delicious combination of French and African cuisine. On the way back from soup, Adil told me about his life.

    Adil grew up in a family of ten children. Out of all of them, he was the only one to go to college. His other siblings dropped out of school before the 10th grade. In his family, one child per year had to drop out of school to work and help support the ...