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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
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... old synagogue, converted with Unesco funding into a co-operative, and then later the current synagogue. The museum of photography was also interesting. The display was small, but evocative, giving an historical perspective to the city. That night, we had dinner in Limoni, an Italian/Moroccan restaurant which was very tasty. The tajines were good, but just a little sweet, because they use a lot dates, figs etc in them. A busy day again! Off to the Atlas Mountains ...
... was pretty and was the one the mosque tower we had gone up in Sevilla was modeled after. Then we walked back to the market and wandered down the streets full of stalls. It is so cool the things they are selling. The meat is the most interesting. They sell the entire animal. There were cow heads that still had the teeth and eyeballs and even cow hooves/ankles with the hide still on. The trinkets they sell are also fun to look at. The fruit and vegetable stalls are ...
... Visit it also for the amazing Marrakech views from the top of its walls, including families of storks on the medina rooftops 7. The northen medina, that is the area over the Bab Doukkala Mosque. Less touristy and more authentic than the central parts of medina, it also includes some of the most beautiful mosques and fountains of Marrakech 8. Stay at a riad. Seriously, don't even consider staying at a hotel. Riads are Morroccan architecture mansions, ...
We started our day early...no surprise there...with a visit to the 16th century village of Ait Ben Haddou. It is a picture postcard desert village and famous for movies such as Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia, Prince of Persia and many others, also Sodom and Gomorrah ( I have to watch that movie....for the location of course). Some more (boring) ...
... in front of us waiting to be sampled. In a mix of English and French we shared our stories as fellow travellers do. Kenza, the female traveller who I was talking with the most was very curious as to why I would come to her country not speaking Moroccan or being Muslim. Initially she was surprised I knew a few words in Moroccan. This is something that Jeff and I make a point of learning as we travel to each country. We learn the basics to get by: Thank you, ...