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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... When we get back to the original spot the correct guy has finally turned up and takes us out to our car. It is only 10 minutes in to the city centre and La Mamounia Hotel. All inside is cool and calm and we sit with our welcome drink of milk with orange and rose blossom while we check in. We are taken up to our room and on the way shown the door of Winston Churchill suite. He used to be ...
... to flourish. The prayers are preceded by a ritual of washing, ablutions, and prayers can be done wherever one is.
The midday Friday prayer is supposed to be done in a mosque, and the prayer is preceded by a sermon, approximately 15 minutes long.
The time of the call to prayer five times a day change according to the length of the day, it is according to the position of the sun. First, at dawn, next at noon, next midday, next sunset, next beginning ...
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This city, fourth largest in Morocco is known ...
... juice is only about 80 cents.
The next morning, I left with Adil to go to a Moroccan Hammam, a public bath. I got to experience the Moroccan hammam ritual. I filled up two buckets of hot water from a big bath and then went into a hot clay room. In the hammam, I was asked by the other male patrons if I wanted a massage or if I wanted some help washing my back with the traditional Moroccan Kessa gloves used to scratch away dead skin. I read before coming to Morocco that this ...
... a restaurant overlooking the square, was a male group in white half with instruments and the other half acting like an all male cheerleading squad with acrobats, back flips and just general dancing- very entertaining. Again, if you were caught watching, a member of the group would be out to you with their hat asking for some dirham.
We were able to spend all day on the surrounding streets of the Medina and we made our way back to the Djemaa el-Fna for dinner and the ...