Hotel Sultana Royal Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Hollywood epics are filmed. Lawrence of Arabia, Ben Hur, Gladiator, Kingdom of Heaven... I walked from Rome to Jerusalem. Lhasa in Tibet to The Valley of the Kings on the Nile. Ben Kingsley left last week after spending seven months making a film about Tutankhamen. Strangely, none of these movies were set in Morocco. Later: After dinner, the waiter in the restaurant said, "I want to give you a ...
... built in the early 1920's by the French (who else). They have some modern, low cost apartments but they didn’t appear to be occupied. Mohammed, our local guide, took us through the Kasbah of Taouirt (a UNESCO Heritage site) and the Glaoui Palace which was the main destination. Nothing much was happening in the Kasbah as it was still very early in the morning.
Pasha Glaoui was the “governor” in Marrakesh ...
... hoped. Even so Ian spends half the night sitting in the shower tray with water trickling over him. Our room is also right at the top up six flights of stairs. They have no lift. Who needs a gym? In a vain attempt to beat the heat we are up at 7.30 for breakfast and then it's off to the Grand Taxi stand at the end of our road following Omar's plan. As predicted we are approached to take a private taxi to our destination, Ait Ben Haddou, at the ...
... Turns out she and her husband managed the kasbah and knew, of course, that we were the expected guests because we were a) the only guests b) the only foreigners within a five mile radius c) the only people in the village employing transportation that was not a tractor or a donkey. After some typically warm Moroccan hospitality and welcome tea we spent a couple hours exploring the nearby palm groves with two small kids tagging along at a respectable distance, ...
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I really need to start thinking of heading back, but I decide to push my luck, continuing on to one more village… and am glad I do. Around the bend I’m presented with some real eye candy: across the gorge is a flat stretch of rock, tilted at a 45 degree angle, with a little earth colored village slapped right on the side of ...