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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were completely disoriented. There are 9,300 streets in the medina in Fes; the place is so big, and so twisty, that you are scared to go outside the house because if you take the wrong turn you’ll never find it again.
Nevertheless, venture out we did, at first with the aid of a guide. We were careful to let him know that we were not interested in shopping, which limited the number of shops he took us to. First we visited the food market, a ...
... a good price for the slippers. Mohammed promised to deliver the slippers and the jacket to the hotel tonight. Great! Thanks!
Still clutching our mint springs, a couple of us gave the mint to the donkeys. They seemed to like that little refreshing treat. Next stop: Musee Nejjarine des Arts et Metiers du Bois or Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts. The building is a restored caravan style building – the motel of ...
... far to go, because my new boss, Paddy, was waiting for me outside the airport along with two women who are also Barbary Macaque researchers. We all piled into a small, powder blue car and took off towards the mountains!
During the drive to Azrou, we drove past a lot of agricultural land, including a lot of olive trees and fruit trees. It actually felt a lot like Davis, which was welcoming. As we traveled higher in elevation, ag land turned to ...
... we agree that when he returns he will take us in his car to the view points above the city to take photos, no additional charge! Not an option a large hotel would offer I guess!
Feeling so much better after a shower, we are ready to go. We do visit the scenic lookouts above town for pretty amazing panoramic views with a stop at the local ceramic factory one the way back. Not usually keen to visit places suggested by hotel owners/ taxi drivers etc (cynically believing ...
... and sent you into the steamroom. Then they called you out of the steam and had you lie on a heated marble slab. They scrubbed you with a "sand paper glove" removing rolls of dead skin, flipped you over and did the other side. (by the way, your stayed in your underwear... which was a bit strange...because they still scrubbed your butt and legs that were covered by your underwear...muslim modesty I guess. There's none of that modesty at the Korean Spa I go to at home.) After ...