Riad Lena & SPA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
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... and not have at least some fun. We have come across a few anti-American sentiments directed to us and not to Americans but the locals seem to praise Aussies and hold them in good regard. I was called a 'Berber' a couple of times yesterday and although I know what a 'Berber' is I didn't know if it as good, bad or indifferent (I knew it was not an insult) but apparently it simply means I drive a hard bargain. That's the advantage I have if I don't really fall in love ...
... than riding in their taxis.. and renting a car was another experience altogether! After travelling to Imintanoute we walked to the place where we could rent a car for the day (which was shut). Khalid rang the contact number and the owner told him he was on his way.. One hour later and he wasn't there still so Khalid called him again. When the man finally turned up he sorted out paperwork and we paid 300 dirham to rent the car (£25). He told us the car was in good condition and ...
... near Fes. We didn’t end up staying for the feast by the way.
Marrakesh and Fes are extremely different. In Fes, at least the parts that we experienced and read about, was very stuck in traditional ways. Marrakesh, is set-up as a complete tourist ...
... things - he tied it in with something to do with America (Dave note: two things became evident during this conversation, first, there must be a massive lack of education about thinks like this for a lot of people in the world and secondly, America isn't held in high regard in this part of the world) we went and made a bonfire outside and talked. I began to get really cold (although it wasn't) so Dave and I went to bed with the others tailing not long after. By the morning I ...
... Hertiage list. In the end, we opted to forgo all tours and enjoy the night in the city. We learned of a fantastic night club called Comptoir from some local patrons at the restaurant. The club was multi-level, filled with trendy, good looking Europeans and bottle service. Lowell and I blended in the best we could in our tennis shoes, as we sucked on a hookah and danced the night away. Lowell placed bills in the belly dancer’s pants as I jumped around to hip hop, it was a great ...