Riad Le Calife
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... into a tour bus, it drove us into town to start our tour around the Medina (market)
It is a labyrinth of alleys and small shops and very easy to get lost in so we stayed as a group
Our first stop was the Jewish cemetery (not sure why, but there you are) it was a very old place with some really strange looking burials, some dated back a couple of hundred years, possibly older, but it was ...
Meknes was in its full glory as an imperial city during the reign of Moulay Ismail, successor and brother of Moulay ar-Rashid, founder of the Alaouite dynasty. Moulay Ismail made Meknes his capital. He constructed 25 kilometers of imposing city walls, built monumental gates, numerous edifices, massive gardens, more mosques and an enormous palace complex which sadly was never completed. Moulay Ismail's greatest legacy however was the founding ...
... fruit, with a bread basket as per usual - 7 Euro each - bargain...and it was truly delicious!
... alleyways to our accommodation. With a cigarette firmly clenched between her lips, she shouts back to us through her thick dry vocal chords, "Rester à droite!" We cling to the wall as motorbikes, donkey carts, bicycles and crowds jostle for space. The next day begins with a visit to the furan at the end of the street. The enticing smell of freshly baked bread leads us on a short walk to the wood burning communal oven, just two steps down from the street ...
New Year's Eve was a quiet one for us. In bed by 11.30pm, we were pooped after our walking tour and our camel ride!
With our chariot (mini van) and driver Solyman, awaiting us, we leave this vibrant city and make our way to Fes Via the Mid Atlas Mountains.
Marrakech should definitely be on everyone's list of "must visit cities". It is a fantastic place.
The road out of Marrakech is straight with the landscape full of ...