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TravelPod Member ReviewsCorail Hotel Marrakech
OK - but not great. No lights in the main room - and basically clean - just wouldn't want to look too close. It is part of a tour so we will stay. I would choose otherwise if given the option.
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I left Seattle on the night of Sept 25th. About 10 days ago. So far, I have been on public transportation for 9 of them and walking through the craziness of the Fez Medina on the 10th. Constant movement. And with the little time I have left before getting on the plane in Lisbon, it doesn't seem like a day with my toes in the sand and a drink in my hand is going to happen. I am catching the bus to the Moroccan ...
... scooter, go around to get the sheeps skins for delivery to the tannery. Somewhere, along the way, money must trade hands, because these people won't lift a pointing finger in the direction of the medina exit without demanding a few dirhams in return. I never did find Rob and Natalie's hotel but saw a lot for my effort. They were out walking to and have even more gruesome stories of flinging entrails and general bloody mayhem. A bad day to be a sheep (and sometimes a ...
... on this leg of the Moroccan adventure. We saught out the green spaces, which are seriously lacking: Jardin Majorelle, Cyber Park and a disappointing (read dismantled) playground. Mostly, we hung out around the main square just outside the souks and very close to our riad. Place Jemma el Fna has snake charmers and monkey wranglers side-by-side with iPhone salesmen. That's how Marrakech rolls: a wild juxtaposition of old --really old -- and ...
... to be tradition, but is practiced not for tradition but rather for the entertainment of those who want to see tradition, what has it become? I wonder if the people performing feel as though tradition has been devalued by the modernization.
On the plus side, I did get to hold a baby chameleon - whose eggs are used in traditional medicine. If you ever get the chance, look closely at their feet.
... are open as we climbed to the top of the fortress for views overlooking some of Morocco's mountainous peaks. Later, we visited with an old woman who still called the kasbah at home. Though sparse, it was an up close look at what life was like in the kasbah.
Back in the van, we continued on the road through the High Atlas mountains, heading up to 2200m through the Tizi n'Tichka pass with endless breathtaking views of Moroccan ...