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- Swimming pool
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Mrushmere stayed here on Jun 13, 2014 during their trip titled: Mike & Christine by motobike to Morocco..
... sight seeing in Meknes and we had Heilas birthday dinner in our hotel. Our guide Mohammed arranged a delicious surprise cake as dessert for the birthday girl. Wonderful. He is a mine of information and has a brilliant sense of humour. Day 4 tomorrow and I can't wait to get to Çhefchaouen, which is a beautiful city high up in the Rif mountains. I know I'm going to love it. It is a medina with white walls and blue doors. Early start tomorrow, so much to ...
... has it that Lucifer himself built the bridge in one single night, in order to win a young woman’s soul. He failed, however, lacking the final stone when dawn came. Tradition also has it that the holes visible on the stones are the marks of the devil’s fingers.This is considered one of the Roman Empire’s most impressive works of engineering. It was built at the end of the 1st century and was in use until the middle of ...
... less than 100 meters from our hotel. Yes, we have to admit that once in a while we do crave a good ol' burger or saladbar. The Ibis hotel is situated just across the river from the old-town of Meknes and it's ancient medina.
We checked in and opted for a room on the 3rd floor in spite of an out-of-order elevator. We figured we needed the exercise. Ibis is solid mid-level, by Europe and American standards, and ...
... Mohamed V Mausoleum (where the current kings father and grandfathers tombs are) and the Hassan Tower. From Rabat we continued on to Meknes.
I've included some photos of some stunning displays of sweets and spices in the souk, spoiled slightly when you witness the shopkeepers stack the olives and dates one at a time, each and everyone touched by human hand!