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... not idle self-indulgence. Oh no, we have been engaged in serious research for the Lepages corporation in the physical sciences, while applying our findings to the social sciences of family theory and childhood therapy. This is what we have discovered: Marrakshi street hustlers have mastered the secret of how to attach themselves to you and bond so strongly you simply cannot detach. Turn down a side street? - they will follow you down. Duck into a store? - they will ...
... 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 ...
... sugared. The prices were good like other places in Meknes, but I think you also don't get as much there. I'm not so sure I'd recommend it.
After lunch, we walked around a little bit more, into some areas we hadn't been before. Then we were tired, so we went back to the Riad for some rest and to get out of the heat. We took a nap and set the alarm so we wouldn't overdo it.
We got up and went to the terrace, all the way to the top. ...
... prison out. First we looked in on the richly tiled and columned Ambassadors'’ residence right next to the prison. Just one large hall, not a must see but it was included in the prison entrance fee of 10 pp. One story goes that Ambassadors would negotiate ransom for the return of their countrymen in this very room, unaware the hostages they wanted returned, were held in the prison below their feet.
... Muslims and Berbers under one flag and instilled peace throughout the country. However, the tomb did not permit non-Muslims to visit the site so since I was an “infidel”, the closest I could get was a picture of the site and the town with its beautiful little white houses (as a opposed to “little pink houses”) dotting the hillside.
With pictures in hand, we drove back in the direction we had come and 20 minutes later we were in Meknes. Meknes ...
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32 Derb Moulay Ahmed Chebli, Meknes | Hotelfrom $56
20 Rue Lalla Aicha Adouya, Meknes | Hotelfrom $39
25 derb Lakhouaja, Meknes | Hotelfrom $53
15 rue Arrazi, Meknes | Hotelfrom $40