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... br> We made a mental note to return later, and continued on, stopping for a while to admire the huge tolerance gate - a striking arch which bears the symbols of Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths, and serves as a reminder of the accepting nature of the city. Here, Jews were given huge tax reliefs for setting up business here, and the city still has a functioning synagogue, as well as two that are currently being restored. Catholicism too, found acceptance here, the ...
... girl (forgot her name:<) on the front desk were always warm and smiling. They made us think we were special guests! Good staff always improves our impression of a hotel. We liked the location. The price, with our longer stay discount, was better than other options in the medina.
The ocean breeze keeps the town cool and we were using an extra blanket rather than an A/C controller at night. We don't even remember if the Inna ...
... the way. All over Morocco we've passed police check points on the road where they may or may not pull you over to check your vehicle registration. We'd been stopped once before on our ten day trip and Hamid had to show all his paper work, license, registration, insurance, tourist operators license etc, as well as dig out the warning sign from under all our luggage which he has to carry by law in case of break down. Of course all ...
... or laying on the sand means that you WILL instantly get
covered in the stuff. It gets in your eyes, mouth, ears, hair, and
you will very often get whipped by the sand every time the wind blows
around you (which is all the time). IF you can stand this, then
stripping off is your next problem. If it wasn't for the wind,
Essaouira would be lovely and hot...but with the wind, it is not. It
can sometimes border on cold (especially at night). So if you want ...
... would believe he's the Messiah. But, Jesus - or a Muslim - would triumphantly kill the anti-Christ.
-- I asked Moncef, who appreciated my questions: But, if Islam was a religion of peace, why did anyone have to kill anyone? --
I wanted to ask Abuhafs Libdy what he thought the Jews stood to gain by programming Al-Qaeda. I said:
"Pourquoi les juifs sont si mechants?" (Why are the Jews so mean?) We ...