Hotel de la Paix
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Hotel de la Paix Room 13 I really like Rabat. A great market with friendly folks.
As much as we had 1/2 day to explore Meknes, I chose not to do it. Needed some alone time. Instead, I re-packed my whole bag to re-distribute weight. De blasted ting heavy ... lol & I can't discard anything! Seriously, I only have necessary things. On a private minibus, we headed off to Volubilis - an ancient Roman city. It is best that I use …
... or feel like that in anyway, or at least in the medina where we were staying. I knew we would have been told to come here for good reason, and that reason is the medina is beautifully blue! What makes this old city of 40,000 so picturesque is its set against the dramatic backdrop of the Rif Mountains and is filled with white-washed homes with distinctive powder-blue accents. Similar to Fez, it also has a car free Medina (old town) within 'castle walls' but this one is smaller and ...
... br> lot more (Charly getting angry and swearing in arabic at one guy). We
watched some films in the bedroom and then had some food and drinks
on the terrace in the evening.
At 3pm the next afternoon we caught the
coach and arrived in Casablanca at 7.30pm. We then went to the train
station and caught the train to the airport, where we spent the night
and prepared for our very long flight to Australia.
... guy that he was, paid for the bill. I am sure he did that because he could get the local price as opposed to the, “Dumb white American tourist price.”
From there we walked around more of the Old City, which consisted of narrow streets, and winding alleys. It seemed like every street contained ...