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... to pass through. I found Réclaim baGaGe and it was then I knew I'd probably never see the trailer again. Sprawled across the floor were hundreds of suitcases. Hundreds! This wasn't Réclaim baGaGe, this was the suitcase graveyard. Someone was crying. Probably a mourner. A lady translating for an American couple said, "There's no one here to talk to now." Actually there was no one at all. Maybe you come back in a day or two and begin excavating? It was ...
Day1: Casablanca – Rabat – Meknes and Fez
Your guide will collect your from M.V
Airport or hotel in Casablanca for visiting the Hassan II Mosque. Next,
we continue to Rabat, the administrative capital of Morocco and visit
the ruins of Chellah and Hassan Tower. After that, we drive to Meknes
which includes El Hdim square, Bab el Mansour and the Royal Granaries
& the city rampart. Thus, we ahead to Fez ...
... have immediately cancelled it for a full refund and just never shown anyone the cancellation e-mail. Whomever thought this up needs to be fired because he clearly can't think deviously enough to be in charge of a hot-dog cart let alone airline policies. I think the staff at Riyadh understand this detail because they never bothered to ask for any proof of onward travel. What a colossal waste of time.
The first wave of bureaucratic leeches conquered we approached the ...
... There are 50-70 restaurants that pop up every night after about 5 pm. You can get anything from salad to prawns to tajine to couscous to lambs head or camel tongue. We played it safe and went with regular meat mostly. After about 5pm when it starts to cool down the square fills up with people, the pop up restaurants and more entertainers. It's so loud and smokey and busy, quite daunting at times.lol. Day 7 - was our last day with a guide. Or I should say last half day with ...
... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Lunch was stuffed pepper, barley risotto cream and Parmesan; Mark's choice grilled vegetables with croquettes. What arrived looked so much more than that and tasted out of this world. Including drinks, less than 20 Euro for both of us! I think a second visit may be on the cards!