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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and we even passed a set-up of chairs in a darker room that were all facing a white screen. They used it for movie nights at the café, screening new and old films, foreign art house to US blockbuster, for guests. The local cinema business in Fes is struggling, so this provides the local community an opportunity to see films they might otherwise not have access to. If we were staying there for longer I definitely would have made my way back up to the café for a ...
... with lemonade and a "Aquarius" it was a cloudy looking water that seemed like it might help!? We'd try again for Fes tomorrow. We tried and succeeded. We had booked 2nd class as a week ago when we got them we thought we were running out of dirhams (turns out I had miss calculated and 150 euros x2 is not 350 euros!) so we now had an extra 500 dirhams to burn, we attempted to upgrade. Unsuccessful. Africa. We claimed a seat...it soon ...
... up to leave in the morning. The travellers that I've been meeting have been wonderful, so friendly and interesting and oddly enough as you might be able to tell I've met no end of other females travelling on their own which is so reassuring given the faces I've generally received when I've said oh yes I'm here travelling on my own, no I don't speak any French or Arabic. Other travellers have certainly been my saving grace on this trip and I'm so grateful to the people I've met who make every day that much ...
This morning we visited the Ismalian capital, Meknes, which is famous for its 40km of city walls. We also stopped to photograph, Bab Mansour, the gate to the city, the Royal stables and granary and the Jewish quarter. During their time, the stables housed 12,000 horses and 16,000 slaves. In the afternoon we visited the holy city of Moulay Idriss (which has ...
... eggplant and another with peppers and tomatoes. Once the bread had risen we followed Fatima through the streets of the Medina to the community oven and quickly returned to make a beef tangine in the pressure cooker. A quick trip back to the oven to pick up our bread and our lunch was ready to enjoy. There was no counter space, no fancy gadgets, no oven, none of the things we take for granted, and yet the meal we produced was comparable, if not ...