Ibis Moussafir Ouarzazate
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... was very busy. Most of the fresh produce looked beautiful and fresh. The apples looked very dismal though. Out of season and not too sure how they're stored. Some were very small and some quite rotten looking. We had lunch at Ouazazate and then went on an optional tour of the film studios which is famous for films such as Gladiators, Jewel ...
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We got a brief slice of sunlight when we woke in the early morning. Soon after, the cloudy overcast closed in. making the mud brick houses in Aït Benhaddou across from us blend onto the hillside. Not ideal for pictures but great for me (cool). Intense sun zaps all my energy. We had breakfast of pancakes, yoghurt, jam and almond ...
... out in all its grandeur against the surrounding flat plain - late 18th century. It was a fresh and windy walk to the top of the kasbah but well worth it for the views.
Finally arrived at the hotel at Ouarzazate at 1830, with an hour spare before dinner. See wiki paragraph.
The Ouarzazate area is a noted film-making location, with Morocco's biggest studios inviting many international companies to work here. Films such as Lawrence ...
... courtyards, a hamman and spa, a pool with outdoor restaurant and only a handful of rooms. It was sumptuous to say the least with amazing antiques everywhere. And it got even better. I was given a suite complete with living room, two bedrooms, a patio and a bathroom that could have housed a small family. But what really made the hotel spectacular was the service. From the moment I walked in I felt like a rockstar. It was 6 star service throughout the mansion.
Day 087: 2 hours, 3.0 kms
Back down the rugged hilltop, I figure I'll follow a road that heads towards the reservoir, with farmland on one side and dry hills on the other—although I suspect I’m going to end up at a dead end before long. There seems to be a good bit of foot traffic this way—particularly students. It’s not too long and I go around a bend and there’s a village with a mud castle ...