L'heure d'ete

Address: 96, sidi Bouloukat, Marrakech, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 96, sidi Bouloukat, Marrakech, is near Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech Souk, Saadian Tombs, and Chez Ali.
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    Relax Day

    A travel blog entry by janetsblog on Aug 08, 2015

    ... sunning, lounging, food and drinks. We are joined by others at various times during the day and have a plan to go to "Mamma Mia's " for dinner. It is an up market Italian restaurant and delicious food. Everyone is very full yet again. Back to Lyndon and Leigh's for the usual nightcap and off to ...

    Marrakech markets and tannery

    A travel blog entry by janetsblog on Aug 07, 2015

    ... with so much happening, but enjoyed the experience. Around 2pm back to the comfort of the Hotel and a cool off in the pool for the afternoon with the odd beer. At dinner time we all went for a walk trying to find a restaurant we wanted to go to, but in the end when we arrived almost back at the Hotel decided to give that idea up. Grant and I had dinner out by the pool, and Lyndon, Leigh and family went out for pizza. Another interesting day with lots of talking ...


    A travel blog entry by dles3222 on May 28, 2015

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    ... women; wives and concubines. It is as good as the Sultans really. Ordinary household people are buried outside the buildings. All the graves face east. Lots of feral cars roam freely.
    Next we visit the aristocratic Bahia place, just outside the Medina. Getting in there is interesting as you cross a busy Medina road. Cars, motorbikes, pushies, horses, donkeys everything comes at you from all directions. There are no pedestrian crossings and I think the only rule is ...

    An orgy for the senses

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Mar 28, 2015

    ... from the country - we negotiated the airport, with its smiling staff and braved the taxi rank. Expecting to be pushed and pulled in all directions, it was a pleasant surprise to be met by a welcoming driver who simply ushered us into his taxi once we had agreed a price to the hotel. "Madam," he said and them proceeded to give us a guided commentary as we passed sights of significance. Justifiably proud of his city, he gave us directions to the major sights we would want to see ...

    Staying With a Fulbright Scholar in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Mar 06, 2012

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    ... against the walls of the medina just before motor scooters and motorbikes roared past. But it was part of the experience. In my two weeks in Morocco, I learned that this is an unavoidable part of the merchant culture. I learned to accept it, not fight it, so that I could enjoy and experience Morocco without becoming stressed.

    I had three more nights at this Riad, and two more days in Marrakech, so I thought I would make the best of it and just explore areas beyond the ...