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... We had a spot of lunch in Djemaa El-Fna and then walked down to the Bahia Palace, getting seriously lost this time - still, all part of the rich tapestry of Marrakech ( plus nowhere is very far from anywhere else inside the Medina walls ). The Palace was empty of ornaments and furniture but full of a German tour group, even so we were able to admire the ornate ceilings and make use of the conveniences !
On leaving the Palace ...
... sites are mosques that are not open to non-Muslims. In Marrakech (where I am trying to decide how to fill 2 days), over half the sites in my guidebook are either not open to the public or are not open to non-Muslims. Of the remaining, several are local parks and 1 is a former palace that was once the most beautiful in the world but has been completely stripped bare. ...
... far below) and the guardrail had not been replaced. Moroccans drive like Europeans which means they have some crazy sixth sense about passing on every curve. So all in all it was a fist clenching, catch your breath and help the driver brake drive. At dinner tonight our guide told us there was an accident on the road just yesterday killing 24 people. But having survived - it was a great experience! We then arrived in Marrakech - the most modern city we've seen (there's a ...
... Meknes, cedar for the painted ceilings of the apartments of the palace was commissioned in the Middle Atlas region, glazed terracotta tiles came from Tetouan. Artisans throughout North Africa and Andalusia were used in the construction of the palace. Ba Ahmed was a very rich and powerful vizier whose fortune was envied by the Sultan himself. Just hours after the death of Ba Ahmed in 1900, Sultan Moulay Abd al Aziz ordered the search of Bahia Palace to collect his ...
... how to describe it, as far as first impressions go it was an absolute assault on all the senses, a hearty dose of culture shock, and SO MUCH fun! The first thing I noticed was the colour, all the buildings are a pinky/red colour, combined with a perfect blue sky. Then there's all the stalls selling freshly squeezed orange juice, ladies trying to sell you a henna tattoo, snake charmers (I steered WELL clear of those), men with monkeys on their shoulders trying to get you to ...