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... then the one Fes. As it was Friday which is the locals day of rest and praying a lot of the shops were closed which allowed us to relax and observe the place. The streets were really cool and colourful and a great deal of fun. We literally just walked around in the streets with the French guy talking to locals which made for a cool atmosphere. We found a really back street garden where locals were enjoying tea and card games at the local cafe. It was such ...
... to street headed for our destination, the helpful dance partner will gratuitously point the way for us.
2) Partner will then advise us that said destination is closed at this hour.
3) But if we just walk this way he will lead us to something that is open and equally interesting.
Unless we wish to get swept off our feet, our appropriate counter steps are:
1) Recognize that our helpful partner is wrong. We actually are not heading for the place ...
... agricultural show that was being held. We went walked around the waterway to the walls, where our guide took us into the walls themselves....as we stood waiting to go in, the cool air from inside hit us like open a vast freezer door. We went in expecting it to be a few metres deep, but inside were long corridors of rooms...it was amazing!!!!!!!! A rest room break inside the walls and then we learnt the history. The king wanting to ensure ...
... We just relaxed and took our time.
We showered and got ready for the day.
Lunch on terrace above the square.
Back for a nap
Out again. Shopping. Dinner on the square.
Talk with Atika. Friday is like a Sunday--many things closed in the Medina. We were wondering why it was so quiet. The new town is open on Fridays, but closed on Sundays.
... as long as we stick to the shady side of the streets and occasionally we catch a bit of a breeze.
Several beautiful horses with colorful saddles stand tortured in the full sun of Place el-Hedim, the bit pulled so tight that they suffer tremendously. (Every day we’d see them, day in day out.)
We decided to check out the cool souk bordering the plaza. We entered through stacks of tajines and ...