Palmeraie Village Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to go out and Eugene felt he should stay with me. So apologies for not sending any emails as frankly I haven't felt up to it. I am so pleased to date that Eugene hasn't got the plague but he brought his vitamins which he has taken religiously so am wondering if that is the difference. ( Eliza ......I know what you're thinking!) But one day we ventured into Jardin Majorelle. There is a connection here with Nancy in France, Kay as I know it is one of your favourite places. ...
The hotel looked palatial and glamorous in the misty rain and uplighting as we arrived, but closer inspection showed hasty, crude workmanship. The 'jacuzzi', for example, was finished in rough tiling that would have felt like a cheese grater on the skin, and all electrical sockets and fittings were loose. None of this mattered, we would be gone the next day, but there certainly were a few dirham to be made from tour groups, and establishments like this seemed to be springing ...
... Explore guide here and he took us on a walk through the surrounding area and through some berber villages. It was great to see things on foot, and, great to be out of the car for a day. Looking back, I loved all of the different things we got to see, but, I could have used more time to walk and sight see in each location. ...
... and chaos. However, by good luck and dead reckoning we found the main street, then our Hotel, the Ramada Encore, where we stayed on arrival. Greeted like old friends, allowed to shower and change before the paperwork. Awesome. Dinner in tonight, repack for the ferry and a late start tomorrow.
Funny thing. The receptionist at the hotel asked us what we thought of her country. PJ said that we didn't like the Riff much, and were concerned by ...
... the desert, I'm still in shock on how they got this to work. Of course you needed water to flush, but still, it was an actual toilet! The memorable things here were when we climbed the dunes ourselves, after parking the Camels. The sand was the softest I've ever felt in my lifetime. It was so wonderful and I felt like a kid experiencing sand for the first time. I loved it and so did my husband. Mohammed told us the best places to check out the ...