- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Hollywood epics are filmed. Lawrence of Arabia, Ben Hur, Gladiator, Kingdom of Heaven... I walked from Rome to Jerusalem. Lhasa in Tibet to The Valley of the Kings on the Nile. Ben Kingsley left last week after spending seven months making a film about Tutankhamen. Strangely, none of these movies were set in Morocco. Later: After dinner, the waiter in the restaurant said, "I want to give you a ...
... in the horizon I saw a snow-peaked mountain...we were both now wide awake. For the next almost 4 hours I couldn't close my eyes. Our bus was making its way across the Upper Atlas Mountains and through some of the most amazing scenery I've seen. These were no lush green rolling hills dotted with picturesque villages; but rather stark, edgy, snow-tipped peaks that were almost bare of any vegetation. Here and there we'd see the odd rustic hut or cafe perched ...
... Casablanca to central west Africa. We drive the rest of the way to marakesh through the high atlas mountains. The views are stunning and incredibly varied. Sorry to say goodbye to the mountains. We will spend the remainder of our time in ...
... However it didn't take long before we stopped appreciating it. We had to travel across the second highest peak in Morocco and therefore their windiest road. This was an unforgiving experience as it took about half an hour each side of the peak. We did break for lunch and visit to an Argan cooperative where were shown the production of the famous Moroccan Oil. Even after a delicious Tajine of lamb and prune lunch it was a struggle to get back in the car beause we knew what ...
... we discovered an alternate route, one that involved working our way up some currently dry waterfalls with the help of just a precariously childish set of rock steps and a mutual distaste for returning the way we came. Fifteen minutes and several false starts later we emerged from the canyon onto an open ridge with stunning views of the valley, gorge, nearby villages and distant snow-capped Atlas Mountains. I peed triumphantly high into the air, then we followed the path ...