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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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Hello again, The internet is bad here even when "they" say it is good. Not really strong enough to get many photos with my entries and I have some great photos. I have tried several times to send photos and it just doesn't work, unfortunately. I will be heading to Fez in a couple of days and will try catching up with photos from there. Too bad because I was so excited to show you my camel!
... I am on my own again, will surely meet others. Justin is in Europe until June so we will try to meet up again and travel together.
The Sahara camel experience was interesting but it was so cold in the evening and early morning. We slept in Berber tents. We traveled there on our camels and in the morning we got back on our camels and returned to our starting place and had breakfast before the long drive home. Enjoy the camel photos. My best, Adventure ...
... do we have to pay a special entrance fee. we do, however, must pay for the seafood. The festival lasts all week long, but we can only stay for one night and one day. The food and drinks will cost $93.27 including the main course, desserts, and tip. The cost of the flight and the hotel and the food will cost $4,340.38.
... the 12th century, has a minaret (tower) of 77 meters that is square in shape as opposed to the round ones of Istanbul, and no other structure is permitted to be built taller in all of Marrakech. We learned about the Berbers, who are known as the "original" occupants of Morocco, and we learned more of their history at the Berber Culture museum in the Marjorelle Gardens, founded by Yves Saint Laurent.
We went to some of the souks (markets) in a couple ...
... about why Tangiers was decked in flags, the popularity of the King and the excitement at his eminent arrival. We were acknowledged, looked in the eye and approached with curiosity and offers of help. Of course some of these friendly approaches ended in requests for Dirhum, but in a country where the majority have less rather than more its not surprising, definitely not threatening.
Tangiers beach was a splash of colour, families picnicing ...