Al Fassia Aguedal
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- Swimming pool
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... a bit to a mosque, built in the 11th century. We could see the oldest mosque in Morocco in ...
... in 2010. The road leading to the gardens is also named after the Yves Saint Laurent! There I was thinking we were just walking through some beautiful gardens!! Apparently there are over 300 plant varieties and 20 gardeners employed. Pierre Bergé donated the whole gardens to the foundation he and Yves Daint Laurent founded, so now basically state run.
So a day full of history and fashion!
Head off in the morning to the date valley, hoping I have wifi ...
... by other tourists.
We met Fatima at the vast taxi rank, which was more like a massive parking lot packed with beige coloured cars as far as the eye could see. We all paid 5dh 50 each and jumped into the taxi, 2 passengers in the front and 3 in the back (which they’d usually squeeze 4 in). We paid extra so we didn’t pick up any other passengers, otherwise he would have stopped and pick someone up on the way to fill our empty seat.
... are touchy-feely people and this is just a natural way of life for them. It feels rude, but the best way is to politely refuse and keep walking, despite them calling after you.
If you're feeling hungry, the square is the best place to be. The amount of food available here is simply amazing. The food stalls are all numbered so if you find your favourite one, its easy to find it again, as they all look the same. Be forceful when ...
... and clapping along with the performers. Moving on, I walked past the snake charmers and a group of men dressed in authentic African tribal clothing singing and playing instruments, and finally past the men with the monkeys. I had already had a close call with this performance, where I had made eye contact with them and had walked too close to them as they were able to grab my arm and almost have the monkey jump on my shoulder. I ...