Villa du Lac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... of every part of the medina we could need, detailed directions to find our way back to the riad after exploring. Suggestions were given of key attractions to visit, and warnings about what and where to avoid.
We were shown to our elegant room on the first floor, a romantically lit space with stylish furnishings and a stunning stone bathroom with traditional fixtures. It looked like something out of the Ideal Homes magazine, and was everything I had expected a riad to be. ...
... and coffee. Back to the hotel around 3ish. I haven't seen much of Marrakech yet but so far it seems quite nice. The roads are wide and clean and the driving is quite orderly. Thought it would be more like in Asia but it's not so much. The mountains in the background look beautiful. Glad I'm here at this time of year though. Would be boiling hot in summer. We had our tour meet and greet at 6pm. Our tour guide is Mohommed (like ...
... of assistance all of which came to nothing when we said that we would not pay anything, one offer came from some very young boys who suggested we were going the wrong way and that we should follow them to the square, which we were just about to do, when an older man intervened confirmed we were going in the right direction and was speaking very sternly to the boys as we headed off.
Interestingly the tiny ally ways are ...
... a ring at the end of a fishing pole had to rest on the neck of a soda bottle to win a prize. People were everywhere laughing, talking and smiling. There were over a hundred different numbered food booths with tables and chairs in one section. Most of them were filled with people eating. Oh the spices and smells!!! The aromas filled the air. We tried a delicious spiced drink which kind of tasted like red hots. I have been wanting to try snail soup and ...
... up the hills. There was apparently a flooding here in 1995 which to the day still impacts, over 150 people died, along with huge stock and crop loss. The walnut trees have taken the longest to recover! Our accommodation is literally perched on the slopes of Jbel Toubkai we are surrounded by running water, plantations, cliffs, mountains, plateaus and waterfalls - incredible. The original building was the summer home to a local ...