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... the Jardin Marjorelle. It is a plot of land that was owned by the son of a French furniture maker who moved to Marrakech to concentrate on being a painter. He spent 10 year having an amazing garden built and it was opened to the public in 1947 but by the time he died, it was abandoned and fell into disrepair. In 1980 the garden was discovered by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Berge who bought it and saved it from being turned into a hotel complex. They decided ...
... worked in Spain for 8 years, with a Spanish wife & child but having returned home to Morocco as he can no longer find work in Spain. We decide to accept his offer. He spends several hours maneuvering his way & ours through the labyrinth of streets showing us some vistas of the port, some houses of famous people who have lived in Tangier, a few parks, one containing an eight hundred year old tree and one containing German graves dating from the early ...
... my list. Buffalo wings would be a close second place. We got our tickets to the train, then walked around and grabbed a rip-off subway sandwich. From there we went back to the Dunkin Coffee to get a coffee, and walked onto the train. My Dunkin Coffee ended up being more like a cappuccino, but it wasn’t too bad. By the way, I didn’t get any shopping in here.
We were on ...