- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... local guide & our bus driver & taken around Fes. First we went to the 7 doors of the palace & then ...
... has emerged, feeling radiant - it's my turn.
Hassan, our guide, has decided to have a hammam with me, so we enter, get handed an assortment of buckets, tubs and tars I don't understand, and go to the first room to get out of clothes and into our hammam suits (which in my case is the bathing suit I've been traveling with but have had no opportunity to use). Hassan fills buckets with hot water, sloshes down the inside floor, orders me to ...
... even have a fridge full of cool drinks! There was fruit for us, fresh and dried in the room! Dinner last night was delicious, simple but tasty, lentil soup, baked chicken in lemon of course in a tagine, fresh fruit salad. Breakfast was the same, their crumpet like bread, this amazing potted yoghurt, have never tasted anything like it, dried fruit, boiled eggs - all very good. This morning we wandered down the hill, stopping at ...
... need to get two and on the second pass its clearly marked up and down. It doesn't require much experience, maybe just some common sense if the weather is not great and anyone with reasonable fitness should be able to do it even the two passes, just take your time. Nor are the days too long. The first and last day are only 4 hours each and only the second day is long at 7 hours. The only thing I would say is that there is not much real highlights sight-wise and ...
... the daylight. The pulsing music of a dozen musical traditions throbs in the background, mingling with the sound of the call to prayer emanating from the pushcart loaded with CDs being dragged by one of the locals. You can try your luck with a fishing pole, baited with a metal doughnut at the end of the line, which you try to slip over the neck of a two liter bottle of soda. (Why you might want to do this is left as an exercise to the reader, ...