Riad Dar Tah Tah
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... tylko istny raj dla kieszonkowcow ale rowniez dla milosnikow fotografii. Tutaj trzeba jednak wykazac umiejetnosci niemal szpiegowskie. Wymierzony w miejscowych obiektyw aparatu budzi w nich niezadowolenie, ktore mozna przekupic wreczajac im pare dirhamow. W przeciwnym razie obrzucaja Cie fala niezrozumialych, arabskich przeklenstw i wzrokiem zabojcy jihadu. Nie nalezy sie tym za bardzo przejmowac, tylko zwiedzac, zwiedzac i jeszcze raz ...
... vizier. His son, Bou Ahmed later gained virtually complete control over the state, which he exercised until his death in 1900. The palace was extended and refurbished between 1894 and 1900 with craftsmen being brought in from Fes to work on the monumental task which took some fifteen years to complete.
The name Bahia means "Palace of the Beautiful" (we had seen a number of trendy hotels that should have been given this name...). ...
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... heading to the Majorelle Gardens. It's a calming collection of various palm trees and cacti that's not only easy and relaxing to wander through, but also different from the botanical gardens that most of us are used to visiting.
We split off after that, with 2 of us returning to the souks with the plan on heading over to the Jewish Quarter in the Old Town. After a brief adventure venturing and finding small squares and other shops, we returned to the main square where ...
... We were quick to recommend the hammam experience. It was only as we recounted what it involved that we realised we were under the effects of something akin to Stockholm syndrome... Marrakech syndrome perhaps... even as we saw the horror in their faces, we both yearned to feel that clean and fresh again in this oppressive heat.
The day had been as full as we were. The time came to say goodbye and go our separate ways... only we all made a bee-line ...