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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it is easier for her that way but we invited her over to sit with us. Attempting to use a dictionary and a translation app on my phone we learned that Hadija was married at 15 years old and had a 1.5 year old Aube and a 14 year old. As we tried to remark on the age difference more kids seemed to pop up and a 20 year old was also in the picture but not living withy her. Okay we are done but no - there is also a 22 year old who drives a taxi. We asked ...
Ten years ago, we used to visit the GGD (Dutch community health service) before any trip abroad. They give you some shots to protect you from hepatitis and yellow fever, or simply tell you that two weeks is too short a period to contract typhoid fever and you have to tough it out. Also, they give you lots of brochures with tips about food (don't eat any of it!), water (don't drink it!) and animals (keep away!!). Since ...
... 30 AM - time for the medina!
The guided tour of the Fes medina was optional. We are not brave enough or savvy enough to try navigating this on our own. Our local guide was fantastic – although, I’ve forgotten his name. Shoot – he has written a few travel articles for Frommer’s... He grew up in the medina and has been a tour guide for many years. I liked him very much… Our tour bus drove to a point where ...
... each item really does make me appreciate the quality of the rugs, blankets and scarves they sell. I somehow resisted purchasing everything I laid eyes on, but I'm sure over the course of my six months in Morocco I am going to accumulate quite a few of these goods. Part of the experience in the medina is having shop owners try to get you to come into their shops and buy their goods. While this did get a bit annoying at times, it was mostly entertaining to ...
... from what is now Spain and Tunisia to move to Fez and by making the city his capital.
The city of Fez is now divided into three areas: Fez the old (the Medina), Fez the new (areas constructed north of the Medina and Fez the modern which was constructed during the French protectorate between 1912 and 1956. (The use of the words French and protectorate are rather ironic. As Khalid noted … what could the French possible protect us ...