Riad Les Ammonites

Address: Derb el Cadi 51, Marrakech, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Derb el Cadi 51, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Tanneries, Mellah, and Maison Tiskiwin.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Into the Red City

    A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Apr 24, 2015

    18 photos

    ... him when we were back on the street and jogging away. This place is insane!!

    We had put plenty of distance between us and the Souk crooks before we ended up in a dead-end alley. A small boy approached and asked us in French where we were trying to go. We had no choice but to follow him out of the alley and back toward the markets. Anticipating what would happen next, I handed Matthew a coin and when the boy pointed us out of the maze of streets, we ...

    Day 13: Thoroughly scrubbed!

    A travel blog entry by pod53 on Feb 09, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... they asked two of us to lie face down on plastic mats that were on the floor. The Hamman was small enough that my feet touched the edge of the wall. At this point a women started working on each of us, scrubbing with a special hand brush/cloth that felt like sandpaper. The purpose is to scrub all the dead skin off the body, to release toxins, and to improve the circulation. The scrubbing went on for about 15 minutes, front and back. I felt like I was being sanded down to a ...

    Magical Morocco

    A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Dec 01, 2012

    134 photos

    ... The following morning saw us loading up jeeps and heading out to visit local villages. We stopped at a village home to a Koranic school and full of 4000 volumes of Arabic literature dating over a thousand years. We toured the pottery works, the villages main source of income. I ended up becoming part of the pottery demonstration as my hand was painted in henna to show how the plates were decorated. Whilst the village and pottery was absolutely beautiful, the sight of all the small ...

    Everything but beer!

    A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip on Oct 13, 2011

    7 photos

    ... of Muslim and Christian cultures, the donkeys, cats, cages of reptiles and thousands upon thousands of stores selling so many specialized things leaves you bewildered. In places like Tijuana, where I first experienced ‘exotic shopping’, and so many other places like it have nothing on Morocco. In those other places, all stores sell virtually the same stuff. Here some stuff is repeated, and you will find the most useful things sold every block or so. In the souks you ...

    Dal Chabab

    A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Feb 02, 2011

    ... feeding the velociraptors in Jurassic Park. Shifting uneasily from side to side, sweating uncontrollably, stealing glances at the exit, oh how I wish I could but bolting just isn't an option. The bag will slow me down and I'll get lost.

    So I sing, in a fashion...and clap (I'm rather proud of my clapping) and dance around and around, clearly panic-stricken and out of my depths and the children are paralysed. What by is a good question; curiosity ...