- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in their phones to capture the image! Many other camel train groups were out in the dunes heading back to town and our guides enjoyed a social time with the other guides. They seem very at home running around the desert in their traditional garb and bare feet. After our night in the desert we faced a very long drive to Fes (Fez as we spell it). Unfortunately this was made more arduous by an attack of food poisoning for Ron and Wilma, who were both relieved to arrive at ...
... in Morocco corrected the mixup and had me upgraded to suites for entire trip.
Which brings me to La Maison Arabe. I picked it because a quick search on TripAdvisor indicated it had good reviews. I usually do more research than one website, but with 3 hours until I was to depart I was left with very little choice. However, when I arrived, I quickly learned that the choice was superb. La Maison Arabe was a gorgeous three story 19th century mansion ...
... and Marisha style, we went for it. Although definitely a mountain road in a foreign country... It's wasn't THAT bad. No guard rails made it a bit nerve racking in parts, and passing busses etc.... But no where near as bad as some of the roads we have been on in a bus in other countries. I guess in a bus it would look worse, being so high up and all. We gave ourselves the same goal, get off the mountain BEFORE dark. What it was....was freakin long. Holy ...
... Dinner tonight is out on the terrace which is nice for a change from being stuck inside a restaurant with lots of low lighting. Our waiter is a bit of a character and Paul thinks he must be related to Miguel (the most beautiful chef in the world). Dinner tonight is included which is a surprise as it was not on our itinerary as being included. Not too late of a night which is good so have a bit of time to backup the ...
... a little plateau overlooking the oasis. I wander inside, through the gate to an open area with a partially ruined buildings around. I ask a cheerful old lady, pulling a donkey laden with firewood the name of the town
"Tlamesna" she tells me, then says, wanting to be helpful “the hotel is right around the corner.”
Sure enough, there’s an upscale Riad hotel in the middle of the poverty and ruins of ...