Hotel Framissima les Idrissides
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... sure you agree a price before you board. Our driver didn't speak that much English but pointed out the different hotels and sights as we made our way back. Previously there used to be complaints about the state of the horses but now there is a bye-law where they have to be inspected and the carriages licensed and two sets of horses so one can rest. The carriages are beautiful and take you back to a bygone era when this was the only way to ...
So for this weeks blog your going to receive something a little different, because this week I've been up to something different from tripping about and exploring different countries and cities. For the last week I have been an au pair for a French family just outside Marrakech. I found this opportunity on workaway.info and basically the deal is in exchange for a place to live and food I do a couple hours work every day. Now because my days are no longer a different adventure everyday ...
... performed, desperate to get it perfect.
When they were satisfied with their performance we pulled the tables out from the sides of the room and set them in a long line throughout the classroom. We’d decided to bring materials to make paper butterflies with us, we would cut out a butterfly shape out of some coloured card and they’d decorate it with tissue paper, stickers and felt tip pens.
Apart from having to stop a ...
... spent most of our time wandering aimlessly among the fields of palm and almond trees, casually greeting locals in poorly formed Arabic and French that left them confused but generally convinced our intentions were good, enjoying a lengthy and leisurely panoramic lunch stop and, of course, learning that even in relatively cool spring weather, 5 hours in the sun requires much more than a light dusting of SPF 15.
A great stop, and a hard to place to ...
... stove. Although not my typical choice for breakfast it really did hit the spot, and the price could not be beat – soup, bread, and mint tea for $1. So with some food in my belly, I could think a little clearer to find my way to the gardens. I worked my way to the outer wall of the Medina and found a good reference point that I could then use my guidebook to find the gardens. In a couple minutes I was at the gardens and I didn't have to ...