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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... it was stuffy and warm. Pascal dug up a fan for me which helped and we did end up sleeping very well.
We went out and explored the medina a bit before turning in. We stopped by the lovely Hotel Riad Inna and were shown the spacious Marrakesh Suite and booked it for a week. It turned out less expensive and much superior (for our needs) than the highly rated (Tripadvisor) Riad Thais.
... a while, then we went to his cousins spice shop for a tea. I spent about 2 hours with him which was really fun. I then decided i would go back and have a drink at the lunch place and on my walk back there, i was followed by a guy who had been following me ever since i arrived. This was that one time where i had really inappropriate attention from a guy. But i felt bad for him so he joined me for a drink with the waiter at the restaurant. I could ...
... figs on the way which stained our lips pinky red. A local lad told us that these figs only exist locally and nowhere else, and they are popular with the Berber women who eat a couple of them in the mornings before breakfast. They are medicinal, he said, and help to resolve upset tummies. The skin you must discard, the seeds and juicy red flesh you eat.
Liz got lost in the medina, but in time we found the riad Dar Walla, where we were greeted by a warm fire. ...
... the medina, I found my way to the back streets which were teaming with people tailoring , fixing bicycles, joinery food bars, children playing football and people generally going about their business. I met a lovely couple (Paula and Lorna; fruit farmers) who invited me for tea.
We whiled away the hours in their motor home. In the evening we went for a walk in the dark along the nearby beach.
... out that one of the body panels had come loose and fallen off the bus. The driver proceeded to reverse back down the road (which was the equivalent of a dual carriageway!), pick up the stricken panel and cram it into the luggage compartment beneath the bus (quality Moroccan buses there!). We arrived in Essaouria at around 14:30 where, as soon as we got off the bus, we were mobbed by locals offering us hotels, taxis, food, etc.
We managed to escape the mob ...