Riad Dar Zahia
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... butter (Stu burned his mouth and hot garlic butter all over his shirt); pimientos del padron / fried green peppers with rock salt (after hours and hours of nagging by Michele); and patatas bravas (impossibly delicious fried potato served with hot sauce and mayonnaise). (Logrono, Spain) 16. Downing the best espresso coffee ever in a middle-of-nowhere town on the camino while listening to the surprisingly good 'Mission Impossible 2' soundtrack (Cardeñula, Spain). ...
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The christmas holidays to 2010, I went to Marrakech and I visited diferent places, the first was:
The Place Jemaa el Fna is a central square at entrance to market in Marrakech. You can buy all types of things, from backpacks to dentures, snakes or anything else. Also, you can find a lot of types of food. The most popular is cuscus with spicy ingredients. There you can eat with fork and knife, but the tradition is ...
... shutters...pillows on the floor and a large four poster bed....I expected Ali Barbar to fly through the window on a magic carpet....this is their off season so the rihad is practically deserted...except for heaps of staff who are very friendly and very helpful....we had dinner in their Restuarant and the lamb specialty was very tender....the next day we ventured into the Medina...the ancient part of the city....which is a hive of activity....on the first day you do feel a bit like ...
... they relied on human instinct. It didn't appear to be the first time they'd done it. We are intrigued about what happened prior to the snatch. Did they see us withdraw cash and follow us from there? Was there a team? Do they often patrol that area? or did they just see it as an opportunity as they were driving along? Unlike the movies, we won't get any background to it. It is all very intriguing though.
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