Dar el Souk
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- Outdoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Meal plan
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... indicators and road rule books, but we made it home in time for a rest before dinner. We dined in tonite. Great food prepared by the chef who runs the cooking classes. A couple of salads and a chicken Tagline. With washed grapes to follow. This will test our constitution! After dinner we went to see the Djemma El Fna at night, on display were about 100 stalls all cooking up a storm. Men out the front had all the lines to draw in the punters. Maybe tomorrow they all said. Yes maybe said ...
... souk to our hotel. And what a surprise lay in store for us, it was a Saturday night and the locals were out in full force, there were people everywhere, the beat of drums and the sound of singing was deafening as we squeezed our way through a shoulder to shoulder crowd. I approached a growing circle of locals who were dancing around a group who were playing the drums and the women were singing it was just amazing all the locals were really getting into it ...
... well over 100 degrees, I didn't think he'd make the climb. Our guide Ahmed has known the old man for 15 years and uses him when he he has clients here because the bus tours won't use him because he's old. He took off down the path like a racehorse, never missing a step, climbing the the hundreds of steps with ease. If it were a race he would have beat us all without a doubt. The view from the top was nice, overlooking the oasis and the old and ...
... sit in the river and drink the BEST mint tea. It's so popular in Morocco we had it with every meal and I loved it. We literally sat at a table in the river drinking the tea before heading to our next stop, a little shack where a group of women make Aragon oil. They showed us how the crush a type of nut and then from there make oil of all different types to sell. They had a large store on property so I bought a few things. They were about our age and so happy ...
... Jamila reappears and the expectant atmosphere is diffused in a chorus of relieved sighs. I agree to share her sports bag and set off, feeling like a survivor of the front line. We reach the glorious hammam and, once again wallowing in dreams of sultry spa opulence, I follow her through the entrance.
Too swiftly, just capable of seeing the great wafts of steam roiling ...