Riyad El Mezouar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seeing an old school Tannery and ceramics factory but it also seemed like the guide was in coyotes with certain shop owners. The highlight was eating a Pastilla for lunch which is a kind of a chicken pie/ spring roll that was both sweet and savory. Very delicious. Our next stop was the city of Casablanca which is the biggest in Morocco. We arrived mid afternoon and hit the beach along with about a million other Moroccans, all playing soccer. The ...
... a Riad/house then the Angels leave. Whereas cats are considered blessed and so there are many of them, everywhere.
We had the most beautiful trip to Yves St Laurent and Pierre Bierge house and garden which was first designed by a man called Marjorelle. When Marjorelle had died then developers were going to redevelop the site but Yves and Pierre stepped in and brought it. They went to all ends of the world and brought back plants to put in the garden even ...
... un-official looking office, but, hey. This is Africa. So tickets purchased and we were all set for a bus to Essaouira the next day. So we have basically been using Marrakech as a base. We headed out to Essarounia from here, and also we'd come back for an evening before the desert trip, and once again for just one night before we pop up to fes. Where we're staying is a lovely little Riad, right in the heart of the Medina. There's ...
... kindly paid for a special Moroccan dinner as a wedding present for us.
La Mamounia was reportedly Winston Churchill's favourite hotel. As a special honeymoon treat we got spa day passes, i loved every second. It was ridiculously opulent, three gentlemen were on hand at the pool to adjust sun loungers and move parasols, at lunch (at one of the Michelin star restraunts) the waiter brought out a small stool so i didn't have to put my (Dunnes Stores) handbag on the ...
... to house the row upon row of freshly squeezed orange vendors and sellers of ttagine pots, without the vast array of open air performers and storytellers. We walked around this square for an hour or so, furtively sneaking the odd photo and paying a few Dhiram where we couldn't.....best to pay and have the "memory triggers". From here, we wandered up towards the Ali Ben Youssef Medersa, a Quoranic Learning Centre that in its day housed 900 students in 132 dorms; ...