La Gazelle d'Or
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and we stopped to take a quick look at its medina. We wandered a bit and had a bite before continuing inland.
Frustrated in Little Marrakech
We arrived in Taroudannt and used our phone (and booking.com) to pick a hotel, Riad Dar El Mouch, inside the city walls of old town. We had the map picture but google could not locate it by the address or the hotel name. We'd have ...
... often jump up into the gnarly branches to eat the leaves. As we were driving past we saw them doing just that and stopped for some photos and a tip for the shepherd! We drove into taroudant an old town surrounded by red earth ramparts. Another snake charmer who blew his clarinet trumpet thing much like Danny! We had a walk round the souks or markets which were very much everyday shops for local. Lots of dates, henna, trainers, clothes ...
... had that “connection” to a place. Ever since my ancestors left their European homeland for America some 100-200 years ago, we’ve lost all bond with a certain region or village, just moving to place to place whenever it was convenient… and in the end retiring and dying in some random town where we had never put down any roots. We burned all our bridges, so we had nothing to go back to in the Old Continent, thus ...
... it seem is full, I start have a less than rosy impression of Taroudant. I also notice that there really don’t seem to be hardly any traditional homes like in almost all the other old medinas in Morocco—all the house are your typical 21st century finished cinderblock homes painted earthy red. I even wonder if this should even qualify as an “Old Medina.”… just because there’s a wall around it ...
... from what we could see.
I also want to share about something we had been seeing for the past two days - bicycles, walking men and walking women all carrying HUGE loads of cut green “stuff”. Issam explained that this was feed for the animals which were not out grazing. Alfalfa is cultivated and cut when it reaches about 18 inches long. The single stems are carefully cut each stalk by hand and then piled together and loaded onto ...