Hotel de la Paix
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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To finish this day off perfectly all I needed was a couple of beer before bed. And I found it. A little expensive……had to drink it hiding behind the coke ...
... a good layer of Moroccan argan oil after the scrub.
Oh well, can't have everything be perfect all the time, right? Into every life, a little Gatwick must fall.
After this, we wanted to go out for dinner. It was raining absolute cats and dogs, but the front desk assured us we could walk just 5 minutes to a local restaurant, which we did. Bizarrely, along the way, a lady in a big black car and a hajib asked us if ...
... that's all we have...will you take 56 dirhams and 1/2 a cent?! Apparently he would! We headed back to the hostel as I was finally feeling like food (been living off fresh dates and rich tea biscuits for the past 48hrs) on the way we bumped into Yasif, he took me to his favourite sandwich shop, I exclaimed I needed to go get more money (the dosh I'd stuffed in the big bag!) but he bought me a tastey morocco style subway and said it was a ...
... by a patisserie, a local shop and bought some food I had never tasted! We came home chilled for an hour and then we started school. I finished the maths module and learned some french. We went to bed at 9:00 The next day, we had breakfast on the terrace.It was yummy! At 11:00 we went on a tour with a lady that spoke Arabic, French, Spanish and a little English So we took the tour in Spanish and headed into the medina(the old part of town). There ...
... the medina residents liked the cats being around because they kept the streets clean of food scraps and the mice and rats at bay. We came to find the same attitude toward cats all through our travels in Morocco.
We are unashamed Cat Tragics. A shop owner, watching us talk to the cats called us across to his shop. No, it was not to buy his goods but to look at the birthing box he had made for a mother cat and her six gorgeous kittens. ...