Domaine de la Roseraie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... dodged around us, changing lanes several times a minute. Finally, we arrived in the narrow streets of the medina - our transport attempted to turn around in the crowded square we had paused in. Motorbikes and petit taxis squeezed into any available space around us, eventually, we struck one of the motorbikes that simply would not stop. Locals banged on the back of the van to remind us of their presence. It was, quite simply, chaos. We had been to the medina the ...
... t write the persons name on the graves here so you don't know exactly who is buried where. The buildings are very beautiful and intricate. There are always lovely carved ceilings. On our way back to the hotel there is an art co-operative so we stopped to have a look. There was a lovely painting there but was too big so I bought a much smaller one. 200 dirham. Happy with it though. Stupid cash machine gave ...
... The charm of this experience was lost when the snake owner wanted €50 for the 5 minute experience. We said surely 50D and he said no 50€ this of course was outrageous especially given we asked about the price before we started. We flung him 100D (equivalent €10, still way too much) and kept walking with him calling after us for a minute or two. This was a reminder to always have small denomination notes in ...
... point. Another challenge was the many men on the road side trying to sell rocks/ quartz crystals, more often than not they would stand in the middle of the road!! Crazy.
We drove through several villages, frequently down to a single lane, with trading vehicles, donkeys, dogs and people everywhere, all oblivious to the fact that this was a major through road.
It was a fascinating trip journey, full of colour and chaos!!
... to walk up is and indeed on arriving does indeed look like there is a pass and even better there seems to be a local just ahead of us going the same way that we can follow. In the end however didn't really need the local as the path was pretty well marked so was hard to get lost and given you could more or less see where you needed to get to the whole time. It was a tough walk but no where near as bad as we were expecting but was quite windy and you neared the top. ...