Riad Dar Dmana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that was promised. We chose the seafood paella, with monkfish, lobster and sepia (cuttlefish). Our waiter, Manuel (yes) advised us that the prep would take 25 minutes, so we had gazpacho as a starter. Never though that I would like cold soup, but this has become a favourite. Rafael sent us an email about gazpacho: 'Glad you enjoyed the fine cuisine of La Albufera. Sometimes we have organized family meals at the restaurant. Gazpacho is my favorite dish. My grandmother used ...
... and bright colors worn by the women in Meknes seemed to be another accessory to match clothing and purses and shoes to. Several had very elaborate makeup and most have mastered the way to wrap the scarf so that it hangs perfectly. You can buy a stocking that goes over your hair and under the scarf to get the smooth, clean line and right draping. Very few wore the full veil that covered their faces and very few wore the plain black that you would see in Iran.
... get half way across the road and was stuck on the dividing line, shrunk back into his shell. As we got closer to Azrou, we stopped at an overlook to see the sunset. Azrou is behind the hills on the left of the photo, out of sight.
Once we got into the town of Azrou, we headed straight for the apartment. I was somewhat surprised to see that none of the streets have names... Apparently, you just sort of have to know where you're going. Luckily for us, we ...
... us a chance to refresh at the Riad. We were dropped at the bottom of the laneway and after several unmarked door ways we finally found one with a very faded sign suggesting we were at the right place.
Despite the rustic exterior we were blown away with what lay await for us inside. It certainly was a haven from the hectic life outside in the city. We were served Morrocan tea and had a siesta by the pool before heading out for to meet our new friend. At 5pm ...
... as the streets are too small for the coach. Place is gorgeous and very Moroccan, a treat to stay in. Our room is on the ground floor, dining room up on the fourth floor, no elevator! Dinner was fine, but there was coriander in the soup and main dish ... ahhhh ... Liz hates coriander. Could end up losing the weight she has gained from eating ...