- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... came over and asked what the problem was. We explained. "I am a breakfast man", he said. "Then just open for breakfast", I suggested. God knows what we would have got if we had waited, but we didn't. We paid for the omelette and left. As we walked away, we noticed that their breakfast menu was bread with jam and honey, fruit juice and coffee - you really would be struggling to get that wrong! You can see what has happened here - small town that has become a ...
Great sleep last night so everyone was raring to go this morning. We were served a delicious breakfast in our riad of muffins, pancakes, bread, jam and fruche. Set us up for a morning of sightseeing around Rabat.
First on the agenda was a visit to the Kasbah, the old fortified city. It's still partially surrounded by the wall and is very impressive. Inside the walled city the houses are ...
... she has called us the “chosen ones”.
We didn’t feel that chosen this morning as we had to get up, get packed and our tents down by 6am ready to catch the 9am ferry over to Ceuta. Ceuta is Spanish owned so is the
easiest crossing to take. The crossing took about an hour, we had a slight issue getting off the ferry as some of the group had borded the truck and then ...
Where to start? The house has started to settle into a new dynamic since the arrival of the new group. Or, it had started to settle. We said goodbye to about eight people on Friday and some of those goodbyes were pretty rough. I've come to realize that I don't really care much for Fridays, which is a new sensation for me. Until now, Friday has meant a few days off from classes, tests, homework, work, all those fun things. Since I've been here, Friday has marked the last time ...
... to nostalgic reminiscing about the friendly Berbers of the south, with their gregarious hospitality, genuine friendliness and refreshing willingness to accept "no, thanks" with nothing more than a placid shrug and goodbye wave. Truly a different culture, far more noticeable than we had imagined, and one that we found highly preferable in hindsight. Not that the added hassles of the north were enough to keep us from enjoying the fascinating ...