Le Zenith Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some of our group got in on the act. The final night we had a farewell wrap up dinner where our group gave toasts and testimonials to our leaders Debbie, Raphy and Eliezer.
Enjoy the faces and places and sights and sounds that caught our eye as we traveled throughout the country.
We head back to Boston ...
... at Melbourne airport, finally our turn. Thank goodness, as we were now getting short of time between the flights. Vince hands over our passports and the exit cards that he had painstakingly filled out...............in GREEN INK!!! Wrong!!! Must be black or blue ink. What idiot left that job to a colour blind man??. Oh yeah.......that's right........it was me. Note to self - check what colour blind man is up to at all times. ...
... height: normal;">Neighborhoods we walked through by the medina, and towards the Hassan II Mosque, were poor, The streets behind the medina are dusty and potholed. The houses and buildings are dilapidated. We took a wrong turn down a scary alley. Just as we got back to the main thoroughfare, a stocky teen ran at us from behind and slapped at the smartphone in Dave's hand. Dave had ...
... There are 50-70 restaurants that pop up every night after about 5 pm. You can get anything from salad to prawns to tajine to couscous to lambs head or camel tongue. We played it safe and went with regular meat mostly. After about 5pm when it starts to cool down the square fills up with people, the pop up restaurants and more entertainers. It's so loud and smokey and busy, quite daunting at times.lol. Day 7 - was our last day with a guide. Or I should say last half day with ...
... It’s highest elevation is only 130 feet above sea level. It’s made up of 44 % Arab, 42% Berber people, 10% Moriscos, 2% African, and 1% Jewish. Without some serious research, I have no idea who the Berbers or Moriscos are or where they’re from. I can only assume they were the first settlers of this country and will leave it at that. I do know that Morocco is an important large city and port for Africa.
Our first ...