Hotel du Tresor
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... and they should mind their own business !
First bit of anger we have seen all week really.
The Ali Ben Youssef Medersa, next to the mosque is a very old Muslim theological college, opened in 14th Century. It used to house over 900 students in 132 small dormitory rooms and, so we were told, only one bathroom ! It was a stunningly beautiful building. The mosaics, carvings and delicate trellis work was overwhelming. ...
... sites are mosques that are not open to non-Muslims. In Marrakech (where I am trying to decide how to fill 2 days), over half the sites in my guidebook are either not open to the public or are not open to non-Muslims. Of the remaining, several are local parks and 1 is a former palace that was once the most beautiful in the world but has been completely stripped bare. ...
... or killed. Second his profligate ways put the country in so much debt that he had to ask the French for assistance, leading to the Protectorate that lasted until Moroccan independence in 1961. We asked what happened to the wives and children when the Sultan died and we were told they "just disappeared" This is the end of the official G Adventure trip. I am on my own for the next two days and have no plans. One young woman from the trip is also staying so we'll do something ...
... our nerves and we had a reasonably expensive and somewhat disappointing meal. The highlight was the soup but the 'tagine' (a stew cooked in an earthenware pot) was rather devoid of meat and taste for that matter. A second beer helped wash it down and the fresh oranges he bought for dessert were lovely.
We found we weren't that far from our riad after all and I have to say it all seemed very safe as we made our way back.
... displayed in great conical shapes, several feet high and create a beautiful entry to the spice stores. There are many hundreds of spices to choose from, and it makes you wonder how often they sell some of the more unusual ones.
Lunch is at the private home of one of the more famous chefs in Marrakesh, who is a favorite on local TV cooking shows. We aren’t certain, but believe his name is Dora. Again, the setting is incredible, seated beneath ...