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... one desert dweller need? Anyway.
We arrived easy enough in Meknes and settled into what has become our default hotel chain – Ibis. They aren’t bad, they’re not great, but they are pretty cheap and consistent – besides, they are the only hotel in the small towns that actually have a Bar – even if the beer is $5 us a bottle. Ouch. Our intention for staying in Meknes is to spend some time at the two must-see sights in ...
... br> Resistance to sales pressure is admittedly easier for me as there truly is nothing I want to buy. Avril, on the other hand, is looking to acquire some items for herself and others, and this brings us into the shark infested waters to swim. But not me! I need nothing, want nothing, buy nothing!
So how is it my suitcase now has a wall hanging, a lamp fixture and several fossils?
But Ali Baba still has no sugar hammer!
... anything like this; so mild, soft and creamy! Samir met us at 8:30am to transfer us to our first tourist site, Mosque Hassan la Deuxieme. This is the 3rd largest mosque in the world and largest outside of Saudi Arabia. It was completed in 6 years and during Ramadan, holds 25,000 people inside and 25,000 outside. It was so beautiful! Next stop was the train station to ride to Meknes, our destination for the night, via Rick's Cafe for a quick photo of course. The train ...
... The women carried tons of things over the border and looked like pack mules.
I was completely overwhelmed with how different everything looked.
It was pretty late now, and we still had a while in the bus. The roads in Morocco are all up in the hills and are narrow, windy, and steep. I felt super car sick and was glad when we finally made it to the hotel. We had a little free time, then we ate dinner. It was good food - all ...
... enjoyed Nos Nos (coffee) whilst watching the entertainment in the centre of the square. Refreshed, we continued on walking through some gorgeous gardens and on to some old stables which at one time housed a staggering twelve thousand horses. Our time in Meknes was a great introduction to Moroccan medina’s and souks and we had time to absorb the atmosphere of this endearing old city.
Bidding farewell to Meknes ...