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... hustlers. True, we got into a conversation with a local shopkeeper who assured us that he was Jewish and just wanted us to see the local craft cooperative. Which somehow got us wandering about a big building filled with rugs, carved wooden boxes and metal lamps. "Ali Baba look at this. Ali Baba look at that!" Determined to shake off our helpful friend ("It's just to look. To look is free.") we shot out a side door and headed as far away as quickly as possible. ...
... in Meknès, a family-house-turned-restaurant that offered hearty smiles, good foods and no hidden fees, and Restaurant Marrakech in Meknès. However much I enjoyed the experience and the food, my bloated stomach convinced me to skip a meal tomorrow. But how can I stay away from the alluring food stalls in the Medina of Fès, one of the largest and oldest in the ...
... overcast. I was so afraid it would be blazing hot on our Volubilis day. We drove through the beautiful countryside, amongst the olive trees and free roaming donkeys, sheep, and cows. Many crops were growing or the patches of land were being readied for the next crop. The dirt was made of rich, dark soil.
We arrived at Volubilis, and our driver waited in the car. We bought our tickets: 10 Dirhams each. We climbed up the hill where we found ourselves amidst stones, ...
... we were gliding along sections of city walls. We concluded the 1-hour tour in about 2 hours. At the gateway Bab el- Mansour, the stunningly beautiful Palace Gate in a massive wall across from the central plaza, and let our driver go.
We walked across to Place el-Hedim, a smaller, less touristy, version of Plaza Jemaa El Fna in Marrakech. The temperature hovers around 90F but is ...
... at Bab Mansour, Kareem and I drove through area of the city outside the Medina (old town) and passed by numerous palaces that continue to be used by the King. I don't know how many this guy has, but his palaces are everywhere.
The last stop in Meknes was the Agdahl Reservoir and the adjacent Royal Stables. The reservoir was like a small lake in the middle of the city and is fed by irrigation canals 25 km long.
The area surrounding the reservoir seemed to be ...
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