Palmeraie Village Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... falls tomorrow and I realized if I didn't get bug spray I might be eaten alive since I'm already being bit here and Janine's not. I also figured out what I wanted to get jake so I was on the lookout for that as well. We went to the square and then down a big street looking for a pharmacy with no luck. So we walked through the square where they sell food that you sit down to eat at. And then I found jakes present. So now that I had accomplished one thing we ...
... love with Moroccan cuisine; I did't! I love kous-kous and theoretically their dishes (meat and vegetable tajines or kebabs) should have been close to my tastes. And they were, on day one, two,... By day three everything started to taste the same. By the end of this 8 day trip, I didn't even want to look at a tajine! Thankfully, Marrakech is full of really good french restaurants, due to the long history linking the two nations, so we found some good alternatives ...
The train from Casablanca to Marrakech is about three hours long, and its the typical train with cabins or whatever they call the things from Harry Potter. And I only tell this part because of a story....Rodrigo and I have tickets right next to the window, and we get to our buggy or whatever a d there are people in our seats with their bags like everywhere blocking the other seats in the cabin. They are all pretty typical Muslim people, who ...
... There were also a plethora of wild flowers – red poppies(my favourite flower), morning glories, marigolds, white and yellow daisies. These flowers were growing mixed with the olive groves or along the highways adding colour to the countryside. The landscape did change from Marrakech to Fes. The area near Marrakech is arid, dry and desert like. The areas near the sea close to the towns of Rabat and Casablanca are more green and lush producing its harvests ...
... and olives - it turned out to be too much for us (our fault as we did ask for two of something, and so got two of most things) but at 180 dirhams (about $22) we weren’t complaining.
On the way back to the Riad, Bryony has a collision with a guy on a bicycle while we are in one of the narrow but very crowded streets of the Medina. It appears at first to be just a minor knock to her left wrist after it contacted the brake lever on ...