Riad Lotus Privilege
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- Swimming pool
- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
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... because they are never tied down and they take their driving seriously here. As well I reckon a case our size would last about a minute before being run over several times.
We have again headed inland somewhat and again the air conditioner is questionable at best so the temperature is climbing a bit. The sky is overcast thankfully as it's keeping the temperature within a relatively comfortable range.
It's a middle of nowhere stop. Never a good sign but we ...
... marketplaces in Shanghai...an assault to the senses. Because of the very narrow streets, medinas are generally free from car traffic, but there was some motorcycle and bicycle traffic. The Medina is packed with Vendors and their stalls lining up one after another. We visited a little old man who serves as the bread baker for the area. He stands within a 3 foot pit in front of a wood fire oven cooking breads all day. We passed by stalls with beef and chickens hanging ...
... was crowded and buzzing. Ali the manager greeted us, directed us to sit down, and promptly brought us mint tea and sheesha. (Disclamier: my mother would like me to clarify for anyone wondering- the typical eastern culture of smoking sheesha (aka: hookah, water ...
... and there is only one entrance) so we left with annoyance to the guy who apparently had been running it for 30 years (yet looked like he was 35-40). It was a shame as it looked like one of the most interesting sites we had been to. To be honest we were a tad nervous about coming to Morocco but we never felt unsafe, there have been alot of 'uncomfortable moments' as one can expect when entering into a totally different culture and way of living. Overall we loved our trip ...
... owned by the famous clothing designer Yves Saint Laurent. Honestly, not worth the trek to the new city.
Gratefully, we hired a driver to take us back to the Medina determined to hit all of the remaining attractions we hadn't yet seen. With a stop at the bus station to purchase our tickets to Essaouira and Casablanca then to multiple banks to find a working ATM, the driver dropped us off as close as possible to the Bahia Palace. It was interesting to see ...