Club les Almoravides
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the railway station, where we left our luggage in lockers. We had a brief walk around Seville, walking along ...
... and motorbikes. Finally we turned off the busy residential street and down a small alleyway leading up to the front door of my home for the next two weeks.
After settling into my room, I met the first of my housemates; Linh. She asked Adel to take her to 'the Bread Man’, I was curious so tagged along. ‘The Bread Man’ was a small underground room just down the street filled with flatbread. The wonderful smell of freshly baked ...
... to play some music... the a bit further, we find a nice swimming hole at the base of a boulder--everyone except two of the girls jumps in for a very refreshing swim... A bit further down, there's another waterfall--actually it's just an irrigation canal overflowing far above--a lot of fun to shower under nonetheless... Then another swimming hole that's big enough to actually swim in... we can't resist the temptation to jump in the water once again...
... our entertainment . We all found it quite moving. 30-06-12 Boarded a coach for a Tripp back to Marrakech were we checked into a hotel,relaxed by the pool and the explored the souks and had a nice big lunch .It was great to unwind. By the evening we all meet up for our celebration dinner and drinks ,then went to party the night away. 01-07-12 After a great night,we flew back to Gatwick ,none of us wanted to end our adventure. Here's to the next challenge ;) ...
... a full exploration, we were still close enough to the edge to find our way back to the food vendors to attempt our first meal. We took up a seat at the stall attended by the people who’d made us laugh most and which had a reassuring mix of locals and fellow travelers. We ordered a few things and were served many more - olives, salads, cous cous, tagine vegetables, skewers - more than two people could ever eat but we gave it a good go and washed it down with ...