Hotel Douar Al Hana Resort & Spa
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one of the stalls...unfortunately he purchased argan and arnica oil, but was only given the argan oil, so we have a lovely skin oil instead. We then headed out for lunch, just stopping for a simple kebab and chips before catching a taxi to marjorelle gardens...a garden which Yves Saint Laurant owned. Basically a cactus garden but beautifully done with vibrant pots and paths - a really tranquil, stunning oasis! ...
We watched Marrakesh transform itself from dawn to dusk. The souk sellers were still unlocking and arranging their wares. We found miniature Saharan tortoises and chameleons in cages, glossy olives and preserved lemons jammed into jars, buckets of coloured spices and crumbled bark. We spotted tagines of yellow juices decanted into foil lidded jars and pots, nestled into hot coals. The colours of the souk, soft pink and jade leathers, warm ...
... drive down the middle.” And he was so right! The only other place I have seen that is worse is Athens. I was praying there because we were in cabs. At least here we had Abdul and boy did that make a difference. An excellent driver can definitely take away a lot of stress. So, we negotiate the twists and turns up to Kasbah Tamadot, Sir Ric************’s Moroccan retreat. Time for a spot of tea and a snack. Can you say ...
... traditional Moroccan style) and on to Hassan II Mosque. It is the 3rd largest mosque in the world and one of only a few that is open to non Muslims. You must remove your shoes upon entering and the word exquisite could not describe the beauty and architecture of this Mosque. It rivals any Catholic church in Europe. The prayer hall alone can hold Paris’s Notre Dame or Rome’s St Peter. It has a retractable roof that is made ...
... I needed to cover a few sights before I had to leave this incredibly lovely country, so I had a brilliant shower (the best ever shower head with loads of water!) and headed out.
I returned to the Saadian Tombs, since my camera wasn’t working during my first visit. This time there was a huge tour group in the grounds, meaning I had to queue to take my pictures! Thankfully, this wasn’t something I’d had to endure the first time round, but ...