Riad Haj Palace
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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... plate. Lentils, saffron rice, carrots, potatoes, baked aubergine, capsicum and Berber style bread. Second course was a large tangerine of chicken with vegetables. Third course was spiced fresh oranges. All washed down with a freshly squeezed orange juice.
Now into thee carpet showroom for a high pressure sales pitch. Beautiful weaved carpets in stunning designs and then heritage hand made Berber carpets. Yes they ship, take credit cards, you even sign the back of ...
... houses, baths and old road ways and shops made it a great afternoon. Leaving here we headed for Fes...and this trip was a surprise, we were all totally loving the scenery spread out before us, beautiful green fields over undulating hills in all colours of green, and groves and groves of olive trees. We arrived in our ...
... as we passed, asking if we needed shoes or clothes or food. I felt like if I wanted something I shouldn’t linger too long or display too much interest or someone would come over and try to sell me.
We continued down the hill, stopping at a few sites of interest, such as the Kairaouine Mosque/University, which we could see from the outside, but could not go into because we are not Muslim. Our first official stop was at the storefront of a sharpener; an 80+ year old ...
... from its mouth! I understand that it is a very different culture and way of life here, that they probably aren't taught like we are about picking up rubbish, & also that they don't have the rubbish disposal and recycling systems that we have in New Zealand. But I was horrified at the sheer amount there was, it was a real eye opener & quite disappointing to see this otherwise quite lovely and different (to what we have ...
... The first 20 minutes were blissful: children calling me 'maîtresse' as I helped them learn the technique; boys excitedly choosing the colours of their favourite football club. One boy, Ayoub, was especially bright -- he quickly advanced beyond the basic bracelet and demonstrated impressive creative thinking. Suddenly, though, it all turned sour as older boys arrived and began pulling bracelets off the wrists of the young. ...