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... fountain with a lot of cute kids playing in it, and men and women sitting around talking and praying. There was a fenced off section that you could see through to, where there were some old grandfather clocks from the 14th century which were still working! Amazing. The building itself was amazing too, and we were told the story of the prophet Mohammed and how he hid in a cave, from people who didn't believe he was the prophet, and asked God to hide him, and the cave ...
... checking quality and price, refusing or buying - just how it┤s supposed to be. Besides that we also had a while to admire one of the most impressive monumental gateways in all of Morocco – Bab el-Mansour. Before entering the souks we just passed the Dar Jama´ museum without visiting it due to lack of time.
What called our attention was the fact that there were much more tourists than in Fez. In fact Meknes reminded us much more Marrakech than ...
... clock, 10.55 real time and the ticket seller taps on the glass and gestures that we should move to the platform which involves crossing the tracks. Here we wait in the cold wind for another twenty minutes until the train from Tangier finally pulls in. We quickly locate second class and the station master helps us on board with our luggage. After our previous experiences we wonder what second class travel will hold in store for ...
... here was exploring the main town square during the end of Ramandan celebrations - thousands of people of all ages, music, food, drinks and many stores selling Ramadan sweets and clothing! We now headed a bit further down the road... Ms Sandiego was talking of a happy gate and a blue gate... Her henchmen were seen stowing blue coloured pottery and tiles... She was looking for a map of the 9,000 streets of an ancient medina.. Can you keep ...
... one is still in the early stages of restoration as most buildings were destroyed in the earthquake. These cities were built with the same plans and all had a main street, called an Appian Way. They also contained running water, sewage system, toilets, and even thermally heated baths. I found this to be patricianly interesting because I am going to Italy and Sicily in February. Dinner that night was Moroccan lentil soup and Mixed meat and vegetable couscous. Very ...
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