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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tiny little rooms with tiny little doors. The doors were made of a rich, brown wood.
We then went to the terrace where we had a great view of the main mosque, and we could see the pretty, green-tiled roofs. It was quite hot up there, but I took quite a few pictures. Then we made our way down two floors to exit.
Upon exiting, by the cashier, a man said that we could also visit the old home of the Medersa teacher as part of our entrance ...
... a guide and we let him explain about the place. One handsome stallion, muscular and with a shiny coat, stood by the entrance.
We missed the festival last week, the guide said, with hundreds of horses doing performances. He showed us the granaries and the enormous arched stables. Actually, the stables used to be covered by a roof until the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. All that is left now, are the arches. But we got a ...
... thing as the metal supports used throughout Italy are now corroding and causing a great deal of damage at a high financial cost--something you won't find at Volubilis.
Our ability to travel to Africa in and of itself was amazing, but adding the Roman ruins brought a level of depth and historical background to the trip. I feel incredibly fortunate to add another part of the empire to my list of visited locations.
- Steve Johnston
... t), reattached the computer and apparently deleted the sensor from the computer. They said this had a 50:50 chance of working, but the ideal solution would be to replace the part. They also said they could not get the part but would happily fit it if we gave it to them!! Africa!
So here we are, parked up on a campsite, with ****** toilets by the way, 20km north of Casablanca with one objective - we need an Accelerator Pedal Sensor!!
... fresh mint and sugar. It was quite sweet but very refreshing. Abdul even bought us some sweets from one of the stalls for us all to share which was pretty nice. We walked back through the open square in the middle of the souks past a snake charmer! He had his fancy flute and pulled a little black snake out of his box and put it on the rug. The snake didn't do much, really, just raised his head and sat watching the man play. After the song, the man just left the snake on ...