Ryad Mogador Menzah
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
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... sunning, lounging, food and drinks. We are joined by others at various times during the day and have a plan to go to "Mamma Mia's " for dinner. It is an up market Italian restaurant and delicious food. Everyone is very full yet again. Back to Lyndon and Leigh's for the usual nightcap and off to ...
... and so off we went through lots more narrow streets. We could tell that we had reached the Tannery by the strong aroma. The Tannery has been in operation since the 11th century (1000+) years and it surely smelt that way. Sheep, Goat and Cattle skins are processed in the very traditional way to leather. With the holiday time in Morocco, only few workers were there. All the colours are natural dyes from plants and soil. The "lovely" smell was due to the ...
... rising dramatically into the sky and providing a perfect navigational tool for those lost in the medina - its ratio of 1:5 in terms of width to height has now been taken as a perfect measurement for minarets, and has inspired towers all of the world. Even in this pedestrian-packed area, bikes and motorcycles zoomed past us, and the situation did not ease as we reached the edges of the square. Here we attempted to walk to the Bab Anaou, the oldest gateway to the ancient city, however, ...
... and bounced and heavily packed mini buses passed us on the road. We ate home cooked tagine in the hostel and took a torch lit stroll down into town. A day later we walked this track back up, happier in the dark, more surefooted and less reliant on the nervous sweep of a torch!
We were blessed with another sunny, clear day on Olly's birthday. We strolled uphill into a boulder and walnut wood, past by a tourist balanced on a donkey. We stopped for ...
... to us. We visited the mosque, at least the outside. The French government, when they were in charge of Morocco, made the visit of non-believers to Mosques, illegal. The current government and, I assume, the Islamic community, see no reason to amend the law. We saw the original site of the mosque that was basically gone, materials taken to build the new mosque next to it.
We got to see the contrast between new Marrakesh and old. The rich ...