Bled Al Fassia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... some English! Most impressive Annoyances Banking system - always connection problems for paying by MasterCard.......then when one pays by cash the amount appears on my credit card statement and this takes a week to be rectified! Most annoying The touts Obviously high unemployment rate and no social security system - hence touts and beggars but not as bad as some other parts of the world such as India One day we were in a restaurant with Fayssal and we bought a bottle of wine to share ...
... whose torches flickered in the dimness about half a kilometer away. So we sat and waited and watched the sands turn from grey, to silver, and then salmon pink as the sun rose. We were joined by three Spaniards and their dog, who had the most delightful time tearing up and down the dunes, digging holes, and harassing some local ravens. Once the sun was up, we returned to our caravan and made our slow journey home. It was an unforgettable morning, so peaceful, timeless ...
... Fes, the non-descript exterior belied a gorgeous interior space. The hotel surrounded a central courtyard with a built in serenity pool, bougainvillea branches hanging down the courtyard walls, and a large, cushioned sofa tucked under an arched balcony. Off to one side was a salon/library space with a sunken fireplace and a formal dining table. After being in transit for close to 8 hours, we were so excited to see the elegantly decorated place we would call home ...
Our last two nights before Marrakech are at this lovely getaway, Ksar Shama, only about an hour outside of Marrakech. It's up in the mountains, within a national park though, and is a peaceful little spot. Beautiful outdoor swimming pool and lounging areas and really nice rooms, some with wood burning fire places. We had ...
... to wash the donkeys, repair the saddles, or shoe the donkeys, if needed. A good donkey costs about $300US, and a good mule (much larger and stronger) costs about $900US.
There were only 5 or 6 westerners at the market, including ourselves, so we got a lot of attention from merchants eager for us to purchase their jewelry and handicrafts. They would follow us around, showing us their English skills and trying to get us to proffer a price at which ...