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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... went for a swim in the pool and I had a shower! We tried to get into a nearby restaurant which was rated very highly however it was all booked out... We ended up eating in one our guide had recommended, which was a lovely French one and Steve had a beef tagine. We wandered back to our hotel the temperature at 9pm had dropped to 41 degrees! Hot and tired we went in and then Steve realised we had no water so off he went to the nearby ...
... pool and deck which afforded fabulous views over the impressive Ksar Ait Benhaddou. Wrapped around the side of the hill, this Kasbah is a dramatic sight and with the lush green palms in the foreground the contrast once again had us visually delighted, only here we also had the refreshing blue of the pool adding a further dimension. Whilst the temperature of the pool was a little too invigorating for myself, Rod could not resist taking the plunge.
... with the people because they're pretty cheap to begin with and I hats salespeople with a passion but Rodrigo is really really good at it so he helped me get some pretty cool souvenirs. today and yesterday we went through the main square and saw the snake charmers and men with these monkeys that you can pay to have sit on your head. The snake charmers scared me to DEATH the first time I saw them. There are about five or six "tents" ...
Kimberly and I arrived in Marrakech, Morocco on Wednesday and made our way to our hostel. The hostel wasn’t quite what we expected – but it was a place to stay for one night before we set out on our desert tour excursion. We arrived in the late afternoon so we set out to explore the markets. Scarves, tassels, shoes, and tea sets GALORE. The markets truly seemed never ending – it was very easy to get lost in the winding ...
... come back" he implores us.
The tombs eventually open and we stroll around. The cats wandering the grounds turn out to be the most interesting features. Maybe a few plaques describing the items would have helped. We watch in amazement as a cleaning lady washes down the millennium-old tiles with detergent. Why she even bothers when the rest of the place looks so over-run and dirty.
We exit the ...