Riad Dar El Kebira
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So many of you know that I was planning to travel to Lebanon and Tunisia this year. Unfortunately, a little saber rattling by the US changed my plans two weeks ago. So instead of flying to Beruit on September 25, 2013, I found myself on a flight from Seattle to London to Casablanca. My flight to London was uneventful although I had an enjoyable " …
... waking up for. We spent our last twenty minutes or so sitting together in the main entry, drinking sweet mint tea, and then it was time for them to go. It was so weird saying goodbye to them, they really were starting to feel like family.
After they left, I headed back upstairs and fell asleep again, only to be awakened a few hours later by Seth poking me because he was bored and had a couple hours to kill before his turn to leave. We ended up just hanging ...
... who carry on too much luggage and prevent decent law abiding citizens from placing their belongings in the overhead compartments. This trip.....three guitars in the overheads that took up the space for about a dozen people's bags. With flashing eyes, and an almost potty mouth she sits down and complains, at length, to her trusted sidekick...Alface. Arrived safely, as did our baggage. Hotel in Rabat is small and very ...
... A cup or glassful of hot coffee with just a dash of milk to give it some body. Hit it.
We lost no time in checking out of our hotel and heading out to explore the medina (old walled city), the mellah (Jewish quarter) and the Kasbah that was on a hill jutting into the Atlantic Ocean. The Rabat Medina was an oasis of calm after the frenzy of the Fes Medina. It was also much smaller and we managed to get a feel of the Medina and Mellah in a short half hour. It ...
... old man was going to push me around! Ishem agreed, after saying for the second time: "Il faut respecter la famille islamique. Ma famille voudrait venir a la terrace." (You must respect the Islamic family. My family would like to come to the terrace.)
This story wasn't about me and Ishem, however. It was about the cause of our conflict. (Besides Ishem realizing he wasn't going to get any more money out of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility