Au Sanglier Qui Fume
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... are gorgeous narrow pathways and the light is just brilliant. After purchasing the garden Yves St Laurant and Pierre Berge continued the restoration and opening it to the public. After the death of Yves St Laurant the gardens have been given back to the City of Marrakech with Yves St Laurent's studio and house as well as a Berber Museum. There are many Yves St Laurent items for sale.......at a price. We enjoyed a few hours and I am sure I benefited from high oxygen intake! Yesterday ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... from USA). Tariq our guide was really excellent & we went initially to the Tombs Saadi which is where the royal family & their servants were buried during the 16th century. When the next dynasty took over they destroyed everything else of the Saadi dynasty & buried the tombs until they were found by the French & revealed again. To get there we had to walk past stalls & down narrow passage ways - ...
... donkeys/ chickens being beheaded and chopped mingled in with more sweet smelling spices then stall displaying clothing, shoes, linen , electrical goods. The highlight of this tour was a visit to a local family home which was more like a mud - hut built into the side of a hill where we were treated to a traditional tea ceremony. The mint tea was delicious and served with ...
... distribute words of encouragement – just a little bit more to go, up there is fantastic!
And here it is – the summit! Jebel Toubkal, 4167 metres. For the first time, I have passed the 4000 meter limit with my own feet (I have been a bit higher in Andes, but got there by bus, so it doesn’t count) and however trivial this may sound, I feel proud and mighty pleased. The tiredness is forgotten in an instant, the only feelings in my system ...