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... wife, was apparently so beautiful both physically and by nature that the Vizier was not interested in his other three wives. However, they each had a large room in the palace which they shared with their children, so he must have been at least a little bit interested.
We also visited the Photography Museum, which focused on photographs of people from the various cultures in Morocco - Berber, Arab, Jewish and sub-Saharan ...
... walked up from the town, following a track which was easy to negotiate with care. After about 25 minutes of climbing, with stops for ooooing and ahhhing about the stunning views, we reached the highest point where there was a cafe selling vastly overpriced but very welcome fresh orange juice. We rested gratefully before making our way down a different route, which at one point involved paying a young man to let you use his ladder and looking out for snakes ! ...
... sans-serif; line-height: normal;">On way back to our hotel, we again got hopelessly lost in the maze.
May 14, 2014
Today, we took in two 'must see' sites, the Ben Youssef Madrasa and Ben Youssef Museum.
Ben Youssef Madrasa is a College that was ...
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Welcome to Morocco! Following your transfer from the airport to our joining hotel in the heart of Marrakech, make the most of your first day and explore the souks and Djemaa El Fna (the legendary main square). Be sure to be at ...
When I set off, I wondered if it would be straightforward to get into the city centre from this busy dual carriageway,. I walked and walked but no bus seemed to come. After thirty minutes or so, I passed the huge football stadium and reached a traffic control point. Here, I caught a taxi collectif all the way to the Marjene. This is a huge supermarket and there I ...