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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... of olives. We have eaten so many olives on this trip that we will begin to look like one. I'm not so keen on the dried black ones but loving the green ones. This bar/cafe sits right on the water and provides us with a lovely spot to chill out for a while after our hectic week on the tour. When we sat with everyone last night in a bar in the medina in Marrakesh after our last dinner together, I asked the group individually what the highlight of the tour was for them and it ...
Had a great breakfast some homemade breads, jams and fruit we then tackled the old battlements - small fort like building along with a tower we could climb for a better view. It was great there were youngsters about playing drums and having a good time. We them walked through the port area the local fisherman were still selling the catch of the day certainly a good mix of ...
... staged for the tourists! But nevertheless we all thought it was very fun! The baby goat was so cute and so sweet. I jumped at the chance to hold it! Of course, the "shepherds" wanted a coin for this opportunity! I handed them the change in my pocket and the reply was, “Do you have Moroccan money?” “What? This is Moroccan money! Let me see that!” Well somewhere along the line, we received change with a coin from ...
... not hot. The guesthouse is full but we are promised an upgrade tomorrow. We enjoy a fresh fish dinner at an open air restaurant near the sea front. It is breezy, brrrr it feels cold! We pick up a lemon pancake from a take away on the way back for dessert. Back at the guesthouse the fountain in the inner courtyard now has candles lit on it and there is soft music playing in the background. It's all very atmospheric and though our room isn't the greatest I think we will sleep well ...
... go through one general monologue in the hopes of taking far more money from you than should be charged. Based on my 2-day experience (from which I feel like a pro) the script usually begins "Taxi, taxi, taxi, supratour?, taxi, taxi, bonjour?, bonsoir? Salaam? Hello? Hi miss? American? Obama? Very pretty, taxi, taxi, where are you going? where is your riad?, hi, hi, taxi......." Sidenote: Moroccans do not have the same feelings about personal space ...