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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews La Bergerie Ouirgane
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... food down, but by the time we reached Marrakesh, everyone had returned to normal.
We were in the far eastern part of Morocco, and were now headed southwest back to the Atlantic coast. All told, we would cover more than 1,000 miles through this small north African country. Since half the country is sparcely populated, we would experience most of what it had to offer.
Our next stop would be two major geological landmarks, the ...
... wandering around the gigantic city square, easily the size of ten football fields. There were large food stalls cooking sheep heads or snail soup or assorted fried fish with many customers at tables eating. There were also many stalls selling dried fruit, juices, crafts and souvenir trinkets. Musicians playing trance music or drummers or singing groups were performing in the rounded well as many buskers. Our ride home was welcome, as surely we would get lost on our ...
... jiggling their stuff and plenty of it in your face, and women balancing trays of teapots, cups and candles on their heads. Many of the men and some women were invited up on the floor to dance. Started with a variety of dip like appetisers all on one big plate, some sweet, some savoury, some sour and all picked up with torn off bread. Then ate couscous mounded high and bedded down with roasted carrots, zucchini and eggplant, then came targines of lamb, prunes and ...
... a snack - so good! That night headed back into the square to eat a local stall. These were intense - shops every few meters with stall people grabbing at us. Ended up at number 75 and shared a few meals. Soup for starter, mixed kebabs, traditional chicken pie (which is actually sweet) and chicken and cous cous. Very full! Square was rather intense so headed home after a ...
... over the achievement and the marvel over the spectacular views. For one more time – I’m breathless, but this time in the best possible sense of the word. Countless peaks bathe in the golden light of the morning sun. Somewhere in the distance of the East, you can almost see Sahara (you can’t, of course, but it is so easy to imagine it).
Sitting on the summit and enjoying it, I start recollecting the past two days.
We left the frying pan ...