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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Down to breakfast by 9.20am today and only part of crew to make it. Everyone else is clearly tired from yesterday and have opted to miss breakfast. Back up to our room and we turn on the TV to try and catch some news from BBC, and do some diary and blog writing. Down to the pool for another ...
... were all happy. Even the Banker who had converted every Dirham to £s. Every item was very well wrapped for packing into suitcases and travel back to the UK and delivered to our Hotel. Very tidy. With that over and the "guide" trying to wangle more Dirham, we set off again and tried to cut a track back towards the Market Square. Quite a mission and bit spooky. There were a few beggars on the way and one in particular had it in for Grant. He tried to ignore ...
... outfits try and follow you. But not too much hassle. We went to the Ali Ben youssef medersa - an old school and mosque. A large, ornate courtyard, full of colourful mosaics and carved marble. In the centre of the courtyard was a small pool of water, which reflected all the patterns of the walls. It was really pretty. All around the courtyard and upstairs were small rooms which the 900 boys would have stayed in. Today, it's no longer used as a school, just for tourists to look ...
... Finally arriving at the Douar angry and tired that the staff had not warned us about the accent we stepped through the thick wooden doors to find that we had to pay the donkey 50dirham anyway! However all my prejudices vanished as we were greeted by 4 Shitzus! We were immediately sat down and given mint tea and nibbles and chatted away to the French owner who built the Douar herself from ruins. It is absolutely beautiful here, not only are our rooms amazing but the ...
... to the Bahia Palace. The palace was built in the late 19th century, by Si Moussa and his son Ba Amed, both grand vizirs to Alawid Sharifs. The newer parts were constructed by Ba Amed and it was all finally completed in 1900. Bahia means brilliance and is the name of Si Moussa’s favorite wife. We saw the vizir’s reception area and its courtyard, the harem and the vizir’s private quarters. I finally asked Khalid why ...