Tropicana Hotel Club Paladien
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Tropicana Hotel Club Paladien Marrakech
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... to meet back at the riad to board the local bus back to Marrakech. After 8 days on a minibus, this was veritable luxury - a full sized coach with reclining seats and footrests. Aside from this excitement, the two and three quarter hour journey back was mostly unremarkable. We did pass some pretty orchards and vineyards, their uniform trees and vines laid out in neat rows, stretching out across the landscape. In the distance, we could see the High Atlas Mountains, but ...
... to make my arms move rapidly, certainly shocked me in more ways than one!! Sean was made to touch the taps from there onwards!
After breakfast we headed in yet another direction, this time towards the Museum of Marrakech which used to be the Dar Menebhi Palace, built at the end of the 19th century. Whilst it didn't have a huge collection of collectables nor have any really dates or information, well that we could work out anyway! The building itself was fascinating. ...
... done. I wanted something on my foot and ankle and Jess went for something on her hand and up her arm. Becci managed to get a small one as a freebie as she said she’d spent all her money on wood, wish i’d tried that!
While waiting to meet up with some of the group we found a cafe that overlooks the square so had a drink there while we watched the square come to life as it got ready for the night market. The ...
... explore the city but we did go to the Mohamed V Square, Royal Gardens, Oudayas Gardens and most impressive of them all the Mosque of Hassan II. The mosque itself holding over 25000 people at one time and being the 2nd highest minaret in the world after Mecca.
Back on the bus we drove back to Marrakech for our last night of the tour. We headed into the Djemaa el Fna Square which was such a sensory overload I don’t even know where to begin trying to describe ...
... views made up for the fear of dying and we felt like we were on top of the worlds. Finally out, we stopped at Ait Behaddou where a chunk of the Sex and the City 2 movie was filmed and also Gladiator.
It was a really cool place, but the heat made it kinda not fun to be there. We were relieved to go on, although our mini bus had no air conditioning. What’s wrong with this country ! We have AC in calgary and it doesn’t get ...