Le Palais Rhoul & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... but there was no room so we hoped we would lose him. The train ride was quite interesting. There were two men in our compartment that were swearing a lot. They also had multiple cellphones and were constantly on all of them. A nice woman sitting across from Janine asked them to stop swearing for us. She spoke some English and told us about her children. Two of them live in San Francisco (one went to cal tech) the third lives in London. She was super sweet and kept filling us in ...
We set out this morning to head for the main square - Djemm la ma with a very simple map and clear instructions from the riad staff yet still managed to get hopelessly lost, finally stumbling across the square somewhere around lunch time.
We were under the impression that all the main souks where here so were surprised to find it rather empty apart from a lot of stalls selling orange juice for 4dirham (30p).
We kept ...
... I had to pay for using a toilet with no seat, or paper. Cheeky! Basically, everything was priced highly geared towards unsuspecting tourists. We could have argued every price with every vendor, but to keep a peaceful atmosphere over the vacation, some losses were made. Prices were over paid. No one wants to get into a fight with a native who knows more of the language than you if police get involved. Worst case scenario, of course.
... stalls for 4Dh a tall glass (and I mean at least 30
orange juice stalls) L was just as excited as me about the fresh
squeezed orange juice and you know how excited I get about fresh
squeezed orange juice - kindred spirits as I said! We started to walk
home in time for evening treatments but eventually gave up and
admitted we had no idea where we were and took a taxi back. After
dealing with a donkey with emergency colic we went out for a walk in
... the river meets the wind blowing off the lake and it all just backs up. It is extremely difficult to paddle through – its even hard to get your paddle into the water and we have Brit Phil paddling his kayak just in front of the raft to try and break the surface for us. It takes about 15 minutes and then we are through to the lake and the waiting pontoon-boat.
Aboard the boat and lunch (together with ...