Riad Dar Tafilalet
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the flow of the hips and staccato stamp and stop of heels. The show was electrifying, nothing less, and I feel a surge of excitement and emotion as I write this several days and a country away. How strange! Rarely have I been moved so intensely by dance, and the feelings flood back. There were four performers, female and male dancer, singer and guitarist. All virtuosos. It was fiery, elegant, visceral, exacting, and spoke directly, uncompromisingly to the heart. Like most ...
... turned potter's wheel, to watching a tile mosaic table being made, to seeing the bowls and pitchers and vases just prior to going into the kiln. Since we were the only people there, it felt like we were getting a private "behind the scenes" tour of how all the ceramics that we saw in the medina were actually made. The large courtyard that the buildings surrounded was filled with different sizes and shapes of mosaic tables and wall fountains- larger scale pieces of artwork that ...
... So we ordered food, there were only 3 options so we all opted for a tajine dish. I had chicken tajine and it was delicious. Jumping straight into the culture having just arrived. On our first full day we then went on a walking tour around the Old Medina, it was so interesting with around 9500 streets in it. We saw many different sights from really impressive architecture, to the oldest university in the world, to donkeys hauling stuff through the street! It ...
... blatantly ignore practically all of their advice (street food is tasty and authentic, we hate schlepping around bottled water, and street kittens are cute), we stopped going.
Parental advisory: don't try this at home (or on vacation)...
The old medina of Fes has an impressive street cat population, mainly centered around the tanneries (leather, yumm!), open street markets (meat, yumm!) and roof ...
... as 11.30 am is their check out time. With the luggage done and the checkout process behind me, I ventured out into the streets after checking out. The sea front is very inviting at this time - blue skies, clear waters, two great cafes right on the beach. This becomes all very attractive suddenly, when you get a call from London that it is raining, cold and damp );
I am nearly done with Morocco. At least for now. I hopped onto the car for the ride to the Marrakech ...