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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Idra Marrakech
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... of us had lunch at the Loft café, where the food was good & the music in the background wasn’t bad either. It wasn’t Moroccan music, but very western. I tagged along with a couple of the young ladies in my group for a while as they did some shopping. They thought I was very patient. Then I climbed a tower by the port & walked along the beach. Essaouria is known as the windy city, which makes it perfect for kite surfing. I watched dozens of ...
... was quite a process and at some point she pulled out bottoms off as well and laughed when we were awkward and trying to be modest. It's so interesting since anywhere else you see women fully covered. Many of them even wear gloves and socks so none of their skin shows. But they do the Hammam once a week with eachother and are very exposed. She rinsed us off again and then washed our hair. It was great. Then we put robes on and sat and relaxed for a little before ...
... mentioned. They were closed to our dismay. We went back into the medina to see if we had made a wrong turn. And we had. We had gotten too distracted by the live chickens and ducks and the butchers that were plucking them. We turned left after seeing the sign we had missed and there was the blue gate. We had a few hours to kill before sunset which is when we planned to go to the hill so we sat at a cafe and finally got fresh squeezed orange juice. It was pretty ...
We left the gardens and headed back through the 11th century medina walls towards the center of the medina, stopping about a block past the Hotel la Mamounia (famous for having Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt stay there during their 1943 summit). We then set out on foot for the Koutoubia, which featured the stunning Koutoubia Minaret. (As usual in Morocco, I was not permitted into the mosque, but quite frankly I was fine with that because ...
... cats, dogs, other cars, motorbikes and donkey carts. All seem to just dart out in front of you at any moment. We booked a Place right inside the medina walls and just happened to park in the only parking available near our Riad (a traditional Moroccan house with a central interior garden or courtyard). Once we navigated the labyrinth of inner alley-ways we found our place. Cute, quaint and only 4 rooms available ...