Riad Fes Baraka
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Some bought rugs, furniture coverings, a couple (including Joe) bought a jacket kind of thing, they looked warm, but felt vey coarse, but they were happy with them,
While we were there they bought out a kebab each, not bad, lots of meat, no salad stuff it them though, this was washed down with mint tea (just mint in hot water)
... courtyard of our first Riad had our heads spinning as we tried to take in the visual feast. All the rooms run off this central courtyard which featured a fountain as its centre piece, gorgeous mosaics and a couple of trees along with some lovely sitting areas. After a welcome glass of mint tea we were all allocated rooms and whilst ours was in the annex it was yet another lovely space with quirky rooms, all differing slightly.
... in their shops today.
Khlafa, perhaps buoyed by our earlier purchases, escorted us to a rather fascinating shop which in some respect, looked more like a museum. Sadly for our wallets, it also sold beautiful old furnishings and some rather lovely traditional jewellery. The shop owner was every bit as astute as the carpet and leather sellers - and needless to say, I ended up buying a gorgeous lapis and turquoise bracelet and matching earrings. It was just ...
... hawk and he dared not do it again - final fare Dh 20.20. We gave him Dh23. We're not tight - just don't want to be "scammed".
... 233;s. We visited the Jardin Marjorelle, an electric blue villa with an exotic garden. This vision of landscape painter Jacque Marjorelle, is a desert mirage of over 300 plant species. Fuchisa bougainvillea drape down over pergolas and cacti both tall and small lean up against cobalt blue walls and spring from brilliant yellow planters. The property was purchased by Yves St Laurent and his partner back in the 1960's and bequeathed to the city. Laurent's ashes ...