Dar Al Safadi
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as train stations and town squares. Knowing all this did not make me feel less safe, just like I continued to take the London Underground even after the attacks in 2005 and if I go to New York I still visit Times Square and Ground Zero. I felt more safe knowing that the government's reaction was to step up their security and surveillance and that a big part of that security was in areas that we would be visiting as foreigners.
We continued out of town and past a ...
... us that taxis shouldn't cost any more than 50 and they will try to rip you off so be careful, we got to Marrakech late that evening around 6pm and made our way out to get a taxi where a man had the gall to ask for 140!! crazy, we ended up paying 50 and made our way into the Marrakech Madina where we were staying at another Riad down some back streets. As soon as we got out of the taxi we were mobbed with young boys offering to show us the way to the riad, we had a ...
... berate the shop assistants into giving her a refund.
The tour ended at another set of gates. Detailed, but not very attention grabbing. We were left to wander the few stalls open around the edge of a large plaza. It was Friday, the day of prayer, and little was open. A few sweet and pastry stalls covered in bees. A meat stall or two with bunnies in cages. The rest of the group tired of it as quickly as we did and Aziz led us into the maze to find a couple ...
... just how impressed our Alan was with our riad - or anything that afternoon for that matter. Although the day had ended well, it had been an undeniably trying few days and we were both hot and tired. We had eaten far too much at lunch and ahh yes - a quiet place to sit and a cool drink was badly needed. And the Hotel Palais Jamais sounded like just the place.
The Hotel Palais Jamai Fes, (a Sofitel establishment) is a luxury hotel located right ...
... been a bit brave and tasted some of the street food. Succulent kebabs cooked right there in front of us was a hit. All you have to do is select the raw meat you want. They then add a few spices, some coriander and onions and grill it to perfection. A flat bread with the meat stuffing was perfect for lunches.
2. The medina (old town) - the largest 'pedestrian only' urban zone in the world. None of the streets are marked so getting lost is ...