Riad Amazigh Meknes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... most other rooms are ample.
At the bus station, several beggars pestered and panhandled the waiting passengers. The seats are assigned and air-co worked (not always a given). As usual, I had my nose pressed against the window most the time, knowing we would have made many stops for closer looks had we driven ourselves. At one unbelievable sight in particular. (At the risk of my friends suspecting that I have lost ...
... the modern city, sterile in its familiarity. But as we walked we noticed that surrounding the medina was a miasma of sales-people that weren't respectable enough to deserve a space in the cramped market district. These people sold fake products and, strangely, SIM cards. One whole street was the territory of dark black Africans dressed in American ghetto inspired apparel. They had baggy pants, what the kids call “bling” and caps that were worn ...
... watch a guy create the cotton reel at the back of the shop and interspersed through all this were houses, literally hundreds of entrances opening directly onto the alleyways, some in half reasonable nick, others in a state sufficiently dilapidated, that you would have to bribe an engineer to declare it inhabitable or you would have to declare the engineer as certifiable! This medina is a living breathing Arabic town!
It was Friday. We took a day trip to Meknes, another imperial city located 60 km west of Fes. The energy was quieter there than in Fes. It was also cleaner. Kids said they liked Meknes more than Fes, which had been a bit (more than a bit) intimidating for them.
Before arriving to Meknes, we stopped by Volubilis to see the ruins of what once was a thriving Roman city. Children ...
... the sensory overload of the Medina, it was the last thing i needed. Unfortunately it got even worse as i had to share a hot, sticky carriage with a family of 6 without air con. I suppose that’s the downside of having to take second class. The family did seem nice though. It makes you think how bad we can be in the UK sometimes. 30 very slow minutes later, the train arrived in Meknes where i got the tickets for my train tomorrow then the taxi back to the ...