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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Assakina Marrakech
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... quarter. The architecture of the Ben Youssef Medrasa, a 15th century Islamic college, was outstanding. This Madrasa is the largest in Morocco; it was closed down in 1960, refurbished and opened as a historical site in 1982. We visited the 19th century Bahia Palace that belonged to viziers to the sultan; beautiful. At the Saadian (dynasty from 1554-1659) Tombs, colorful Moroccan tiles decorate the graves of 30 members Sultan Ahmad ...
... the summit ! We spent almost an hour on the summit taking lots of pictures! Then began the descent which unbelievably took 3hours also to basecamp again! This was due to the loose scree which made every step a challenge and balance was hard to find at times. We then had a 6 hour hike back out again to Imlil ! By the time we reached Imlil again we were very sore to say the least between knees giving up, blistered feet, heat stress and extreme tiredness we were ...
... care of him and help him grow into a nice, respectful Moroccan man.
When we returned to the riad, we enjoyed flatbread while enjoying the midday sun. Adel had just returned from pick up Pav from the airport. A beautiful Indian girl who was a 'propa Londona', and at first I wasn’t sure if I’d get on with her, my thoughts were soon proved wrong!
After a lazy afternoon we took a short taxi ride to a local school for ...
... name of the beautiful music style give me by the cab driver earlier that day but all I got was blank looks. An attempt on my part to reproduce the high-pitched female wailing loosened the mood and they seemed to immediatly know what I was talking about. A nice english speaking local man there with his family kindly corrected the english spelling on my smart phone note pad that mimicked the Arabic pronuciation while they played samples of several CDs. I ended up buying two, which they ...
... screeching and grunting variety where the instruments are all clanged together to resemble a steelworks factory being demolished. I'm happy to say that this, the children singing I mean, sounds nothing like that.
I've managed to arrange my hoody in just the right way to prevent my bum cramping and things have taken a decided turn towards enjoyable. A boy of about ten is smiling at me from the other side of the room, smiling encouragingly ...