Sofitel Marrakech Palais Imperial
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Oh God, save me!! I feel dreadful. Having spent a sleepless night battling the onset of food poisoning I emerge from the tent I've been sharing with Paul into the dawn light around 6am and make the first of repeated visits to the tiny chemical loo. It's not built for the abuse it gets over the next couple of hours, not only from me but a few others …
... and brief love affair with the 'Paul' patisserie chain who served us up hot, hangover-curing cheese baguettes at the Gare du Lyon train station after a massive night out. We all proclaimed it was the best thing we have EVER eaten (Paris, France). 6. Getting excited when catching a free promotional packet of chips while watching the Tour de France, then being horrified when realising they are peanut flavoured. (Pau, France). 7. Trying to blend in with the locals at a ...
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We arrive to Mezourga after 12 hours by bus. When we arrive, the bereber ( the people who lives in a desert ) lend us a camel for each one. Then, we and our camels start a route to dunes of the desert. Two hours later we arrive to haima's ( is a place in a desert like a big camping tent where the people eat and sleep ). Around midnight the berebers talked about histories of the desert wolfs and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center