Hotel Amani Appart
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... get on that vino sharon. I despair... Touch down! And it's thunderstorming....for like 10 mins of downpour. Met Lara who had to wait while my passport controller went for a cheeky slash and a mint tea, holding up the line for a good 30 mins. Shared a taxi to the place jemaa el fna, met a helpful young laddo who took us to the road....who also asked for a tip, ...
On arrival to our Riad we greeted by a gentleman with a big smile and a pot of Mint tea. Once again the interior of the riad was breath taking. The Moroccans sure knew how to create atmosphere. After a short orientation on the Riad and a helpful set of directions to all the main areas we were shown to our room. Our host gave us a smile as he opened the door explaining the "Coco Chanel" room was the best they had. As we had come to expect the room ...
On Wednesday 4 September we left Fes early in the morning as we had a big drive down to Marrakech. We took the longer scenic route through the Middle Atlas Mountains (not to be confused with the High Atlas Mountains which have notoriously dodgy roads). The main road was quite good and a lot better than the road we took on Monday. At first we went through forest with wild olive and Atlas cedar trees. We passed through many ...
... it was then Marrakech, but we were informed that this was only the new medina and that we should withhold judgment until we see the middle and old towns. Things of Note: - Fez is the spiritual, cultural and intellectual capital of Morocco, and consists of three areas within the city; the new medina (predominately French people), the middle town or Jewish quarter "Milla" and then the old medina (inhabited by predominately Arabs and Berbers). - The old medina is apparently ...
... twisted into geometric patters. And since they had been left pretty much untouched by water the edge of each layer was exposed and stacked like stairs. Like bending a stack of cards over a pen. The lack of water made the human element even more interesting. Increasingly isolated towns that were unimaginably rustic to me. Here life could not possibly be more then assuring food, shelter and reproduction. (Although there were a few schools). Much later in the afternoon we began ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility