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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... my sister to come sit to his right on the bench. Then he asked another in our group to come sit on his left, but to sit on the bench like riding a horse, with a leg on either side. At this point I was confused as to what was going on and decided if he asked me to sit down in some weird way I was going to say no. But he didn't. Instead he stood up to reveal what it was he was sitting on: an 18 inch-long penis carved into the stone of the bench. The penis shape carved into stone ...
... back up the hill we made our way through the food markets purchasing some sweets that were covered in honey and tasted divine but were a bit sickly. After lunch we finished our tour with a fresh pomegranate from a local street vendor. As we made our way back to the hotel we collapsed in a heap for a few minutes before heading to a local restaurant that our guide recommended only to get lost again and some lovely guys to help us find it. Another wonderful day in ...
... the centuries and we can only hope it stays that way.
While we did not do lots here, just the things we wanted, there are numerous other activities offered through accommodation providers and also Fez can be a useful base to visit other nearby towns if they spark your fancy.
OK post is long enough time to leave it at that and head off to the next stop: Chefchouen.
Today we arrived in Marrakesh after a breathtaking,seat grabbing drive across the High Atlas Mountains. Spectacular scenery, but what's new...this is how the whole trip has been.Every day a different Morocco unfolds.
We had a exciting experience in Fez,when our day started in the dark at 5am and we plied into awaiting jeeps for a 50km spin into the Sahara. It was bitterly cold, but ...
... good self sitting on what was the biggest camel in the caravan, followed by another smaller camel to carry stuff, followed by the smallest of the camels - literally a baby camel all of 3 years old. The camel I was sitting on had an “attitude” - it would groan if it has to climb even a modest dune, would grunt if it has to move from its inertia of rest. Mustafa in his surprisingly good English said that this was one lazy camel! In contrast the smallest camel was ...