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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... Someone shone a light into the window which was scary but no one came in. I texted Jake and went on facebook to pass the time. I finally fell back asleep around 6:30 and got up at 7:40 to shower. I accidentally turned the hot water on first which is super hot, I mean steaming from the shower head hot. I quickly turned it off without getting any on me and turned the cold on first and then got it to a good temperature. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Then ...
... their fancy. So I always relish a chance to blow them off.
At the entrance of the airport just some 50 meters away, instead of heading left towards downtown, I take a left, and within minutes I have open fields on my left and a bustling neighbourhood on my right. As I dive into this neighbourhood, down a narrow, busy street I get the feeling that this area is low class and might not be all that safe. (Later I learn ...
... insight into what life was like in Morocco at different times. On the ground floor of the museum is an exhibit showcasing the various types of people who made up Morocco over the years (Muslim, Jewish, Berbers, African). I loved going through this small museum taking in the images of Morocco captured by its photographers.
Our visit to Le Jardin Majorelle was an oasis far from the craziness of the Medina and city of Marrakech. It is here where ...
... and try to use this to their own benefit. Try and avoid being conned by having an idea of the correct price of certain items. Also try comparing the price in Dirham (the Moroccan currency) to your own currency, to see if it's a reasonable price in your own country. Despite this, I certainly recommend visiting Marrakech, as the culture is extremely unique, and experiencing it is something you remember for life. Thank you for reading! ...
... to retreat past us. Our cab driver is still trying to push ahead through the panicking crowd until several people bash on his bonnet and yell at him to turn around. Easy said than done at the best of times in a crowded Marrakesh road but almost impossible now with the riot, cars, motorbikes and bicycles all around us. Our driver attempts a three-point turn with motor-bikes hard up against his rear bumper and somehow manages to get us out of ...