Auberge La Terrasse des Delices
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as a base in this area for some time. Coming and going as needs. The Hotel Restaurant La Gazelle has been our hotel. Set around a pleasant courtyard and garden this hotel is a little rough on the edges, but very comfortable and the price is not astronomical. The parking for the Bike is very secure as management allows us to bring her into the courtyard and permits Grant to do any small maintenance needed – obviously he keeps the work space extremely clean and tidy. ...
... band, quite good food, and then some acts. The first act was a group of percussionists who belted out a dangerously fierce rhythm on drums and Moroccan percussion instruments, much belying their ages, as they all looked about eighty. The second act was a largish girl in blue, who did a wobbly dance, and went around the audience and dragged people up onto the stage and made them wobble like her. Kerry and I declined to get up, which wasn't ...
... which looked fantastic in the afternoon pink sunlight.
Mohamed was having an "Unhappy Moment" and abruptly dropped us off at our Riad Bouchedour. We had no idea what the problem was but thought it best that he sorted it out on his own. It was probably related to his tyre problem as he was off to find a mechanic's shop. We just wanted to remember the happy times and from what we could see, Ouarzazate was a very lovely city.
... icons. You are assaulting my skull from the inside like a belted kingfisher wedged in the propeller of my outboard. My thoughts are as shapeless as the traces of snow that sift across the trail five minutes before midnight on the second coldest night of the winter.
8. Goose Feathers
I lie on my moose-hide mat, jawcheesis, my skinny ass awaiting the rising tide of your genius to lift the weight of my snow-machine from my ...
... the right shading. In fact, we walked through one set of arches and I was suddenly back in Abu Simbel, Egypt staring at Ramses II and the Temple at Luxor, while in the distance I could see the city of Jerusalem which was used in season 3 of the Game of Thrones. The sets did indeed look real.
It was a short little visit, but one that I really enjoyed.
I climbed back in the car and we began a series of visits to the various kasbahs that dot the ...