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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Babysitting service
- Multilingual staff
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... that taxi drivers must be the same everywhere. Ours drives very fast and I feel nervous. He only slows down when he passes speed cameras. I remember Louis and Melanie pointing these out whenever we passed one. Louis said that everyone in Malta knows exactly where they all are. I told him that in Australia they move them around all the time. He asked me to please not make any suggestions that they do this in Malta.
To get to Marrakech we first need to fly to Lyon ...
... the main trade product. Mohammed IV is the leader of the country today. Very strict architectural guidelines--sll buildings have to be the same reddish earth color and building height is limited. There are no skyscrapers. Almost an Andalusian architectural style feel to the buildings. THE KOUTOUBIA MOSQUE The Koutoubia Mosque, located in Marrakesh's Djemaa el Fna Square, is a landmark and the largest mosque in Marrakesh, Morocco. The meaning of the word ...
... our conversation we told him where we were from and he had actually done a semester in Boston several years back. He was ranting and raving about how much he loved the Boston area, reminiscing about Harvard Square and Tommy Doyle’s, and how learning the ...
... and jasmin plants, standing in front of the pool and fountain watching the water sparkle and fall. Walking down the winding staircase and seeing the emerald green glass of the handcrafted lamp lighting up the hallway with a gentle forest glade glow. These are a few of my favourite things (as Julie Andrews might have said had she visited Dar Habiba).
So this trip was exciting because now we had signed the papers and we officially owned Dar Habiba (or at least ...
... take us great, but we are not giving you money. To which he responded, “No money, no honey, no worry.” Sure enough we get led deeper and deeper into the abyss where we see fewer and fewer tourists. We were definitely among the locals now. We knew we were close to the tanneries by the horrendous smell of ****. The proprietor offered us bushels of mint, to act as a gas mask as he pointed out the various cement pools and what their use were. Small ...