Riad Le Calife
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had smaller trinkets, like little soy sauce sized bowls, ornaments with the hand of Fatima, etc. I picked a small sauce bowl and the other girls picked out little things. As a joke, my sister went over and picked up the 1,900 dirham vase and said "I'll take this as my free bauble." We laughed. But the manager of the showroom could sense she wanted it and started pushing for her to buy it. He came down to 1,500 dirham, but we countered with 700 dirham. He laughed, so we said ...
... Ah - Las Vegas". It was a full on mall with three levels and yes escalators. Caleb and I watched a family help am elderly lady who was dressed in a full length outfit onto it - maybe it was her first time. As we were watching this we noticed a lady totally wipe out at the top - maybe her first time too :) People who know us know that malls are not our thing but it was nice in terms of familiarity ...
... our way. It was a chilly morning but soon warmed up and the views of Fes were terrific from the hills.
Breakfast was a little later this morning because of the bike ride. I had the last tin of sardines. Badia brought us our pre-purchased bus tickets for tomorrow's transfer to Chefchaouen.
After breakfast, we decided to lose ourselves back in the medina Fes el Bali. We had the option of taking a car to visit Meknes, Moulay Idriss ...
You cannot actually enter the tannery, a collection of stone pools where the leather is processed and dyed. Rather, you are invited to climb the roof of the Cooperatif, which sells the leather products, to view the dyeing pools from a safe distance.
On the roof, an old man offered us some mint leaves to guard against the smell, and explained the tanning process to us. Of course, he had to share some rehearsed though sympathetic jokes (Kaka Chanel - the ...
... Mercedes). I am glad we have a guide as within minutes of the walking through the narrow streets and alleys I have no idea which way we came from. Tourists must get so lost in here! After learning some history (the Medina is over 1200 years old) and walking round a bit we headed towards the food market. We tried some hot flat bread type thing which you have with like a honey kind of ...