- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cast hundreds of colorful prisms of light onto the walls. The menu was in French, but was easy to understand with couscous and tajine dishes. It was prix fixe, with a starter (several different types of Moroccan salads), an entrée and a dessert. The salads that came out were similar to tapas- small plates of different types of foods and flavors. There was a dish of roasted eggplant with herbs and garlic, a salad with julienned carrots, a beet dish, cured olives, a dish of ...
... of the way there in absolute shock & disbelief at the amount of rubbish around! You couldn't look out the window and not see some. It wasn't just on the sides if the road but all over the fields, through the plants, fields had been ploughed and they have just gone over top of the rubbish. I saw fields with so much rubbish in them where donkeys were living and eating, so bad that I even saw a donkey with some blue ...
... Mercedes). I am glad we have a guide as within minutes of the walking through the narrow streets and alleys I have no idea which way we came from. Tourists must get so lost in here! After learning some history (the Medina is over 1200 years old) and walking round a bit we headed towards the food market. We tried some hot flat bread type thing which you have with like a honey kind of ...
... of road that seem too narrow for two buses to pass safely. The sights were spectacular. Forested hills at lower altitudes soon give way to bald slopes and distant valleys appear as veins of green amongst an otherwise barren landscape. You soon emerge into a very arid environment. Despite the snow residue on the higher western peaks the area is obviously in a rain shadow.
But surprisingly all along the route there are villages and towns. There's a ...
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