AC Hotel La Finca by Marriott
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... and made of old cobblestones and twisted. Fortunately Jamal knew the place and had grown up in the Kasbah. So before he took us shopping in the Suks and the Medina he ran us by the Dar Sultan to check in. What a cool place. On Sunday, we went into the countryside with Jamal to a rural, Berber, market. The Berber market was insanity. Every Sunday the market opened and the community came to shop for the week. There were only a ...
... straight in the side and nearly goes over again. We discover during the next five rounds that the horses don't usually get such a pummelling but we wince each time one gets hit anyway. We also decide that the first horseman must have been new as all the other riders managed to turn themselves and the bull so they don't get hit squarely. Once adequately opened up the trumpet sounds again and the horses take their leave to go patch up what I would be thinking is ...
... for you girls the next day. After our feast we began drinking soho and whiskey and sangria, introducing our friends to several new drinking games (they both copped one of the two solos during thunderstruck) and getting considerably rowdy. We befriended a Finnish woman Annie (who now that I think about it probably played the drinking games too). The hostel was running a free pub crawl which after some time we embarked on. We first went to a pub style bar with cheap ...
... their days grazing on fallen acorns - you can't make this up. Anyway, the ham comes in paper thin slices and tastes more like prosciutto than it does what we think of ham. After lunch, we visited the Prado Museum which was also pretty amazing. The Prado is well-known as one of the very best museums in Europe and did not disappoint. The master Spanish artists are all well represented at the Prado - namely Diego Velazquez and Francisco de Goya. There were certainly some ...
... of there not being one today.
Jose was our guide and 7 of us made up his cycling group this morning. It being a Sunday, the roads were fairly quiet - only the usual hordes of dawdling tourists to avoid. The bicycle 'bell' (necessary in Perth) we were told was only to be used in an emergency as Spanish people took offence to it! Instead, we were told to yell out 'Perdoname' (pardon me/excuse me) at anyone in our way! In 3 hours, Jose took us to the Royal Palace, ...