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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... main streets the intersect the entire Medina into 3 sections. These people just walk with you insisting to help and won't leave you alone. The idea is that they will either get you lost and then force you to give them money or they will not lead you out, or they take you where you want to go and force money out of you. Neither of which I wanted to be involved with, they seemed to get he message when I would show them a map on my phone and that I knew where I was. The ...
... that in a couple of years there be plenty around. Everyone here has a mobile and is constantly using it. Street vendors flog the latest 'models' on corners in Tangier. It seems incongruous that women covered from head to toe even to the extent of gloves and full face veil are seen to suddenly burst into laughter as they answer their mobiles. But that also Morocco. Even though the countryside looks poor and desolate there will all of a sudden be the construction zone for ...
... me like 'what is this stupid girl doing with this much ****?' It was at this moment that I realised I had too much stuff. So after I recovered from my embarrassment and grazed knees (that were now bleeding), I caught a bus to Fes from Chefchaouen. Fes is an ancient city, as it houses the oldest university in the world and the oldest part of the city dates back to the 9th century. Yet I wasn't totally sold on this city. As soon as I arrived here I was warned by the hostel workers that ...
... which our driver told us was where the King was currently staying, so we were able to see the guards outside in their differently colored uniforms. We drove on for at least an hour before stopping for a photo at Barrage Sidi Chahed, a dammed up reservoir with a 360 degree view of the grass leading up to the rolling brown hills.
We piled back in the car and within 30 minutes we came up alongside the ruins of Volubilis, which we could see from the highway. We drove ...
... siege the city ever faced during his 55 year rule was 1 week.
He had an army of 150,000 men known as the Black Guards, which was comprised primarily of slaves captured from southern Africa. He also had over 12,000 horses that were kept in his elaborate stable complex, which showcased beautiful architectural detailing of symmetrical arches that continued for several hundred feet in length and supported the roof over the huge stable area. He is ...