Swiss International Imperial Plaza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Hot tub
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... the Gonzales family now. We saw the process of making the sherry & saw coopers repairing barrels. We were ...
... The structure was based around a large courtyard, which had a central pool for ablutions etc, but this was then surrounded by wonderful buildings covered and carved from cedarwood, stucco work and tiles. You could climb to the top of the building and peer through the little bedroom windows which of course housed the students. Well worth a visit.
Noel recommended we try a little cafe close to the Islamic school which somehow we managed to find, despite the hundreds ...
... much on price. If they were desperate for you to enter their shop they were more likely to go down masses on the price just for the sale. Adel told us to try to only pay between 1/3 to 1/4 of the original price quoted, and the game was to get it down as much as possible, if we couldn’t we left it, there’d be another stall with the same product just a few meters down.
The walk home seemed 10 times longer than the walk there, but around ...
... since being taken over by famous french designer Yves Saint Lauren, it'll continue to be available for all to visit for many years to come.
The plant life here represents each of the five continents and you can truly see why Jacques Majorelle earned his significance as one of the most important plant collectors of his time.
Jardin Majorelle also boasts a cafe where you can ...
... where it is a maze of shops offering anything and everything from carpets to babouches to jewelry to spices and dried fruits to clothes and on and on. It is a chaotic and hectic place with tourists mingling with the locals and everyone looking to pick up a treasure from Marrakech.
Although I was not really in the mood to shop, I was quite intrigued by the sights, sounds, and smells of the souks. Walking around with a camera ...