Tropicana Hotel Club Paladien
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Tropicana Hotel Club Paladien Marrakech
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... not disappointed. The Atlas mountains must be some of the windiest roads on the planet, zigzagging their way up and around and around and thank god for Maxalon and around. The aircon in the bus was more than questionable with the guide saying "It is not needed in the mountains because it is too much for the engine and uses too much fuel"? As with all guided tours the places we stopped to eat were over priced and average, we saw it at least as ...
... larger, thinner cobras.
Scot has become fairly adept at taking photos of people while holding his camera on his hip, and looking the other way (Muslim women absolutely do not want to have their photos taken — one husband whose wife Scot photographed on the first day we were here came after him demanding his memory card — he managed to get away without surrendering it, but quickly learned the art of the “hip shot”), so he decides ...
... a late hour there were but few people around, Motorbikes loomed up now and again, loitering handsome youths, and ladies disguised in long dresses and headscarfs.
I chit chatted with Loek about many things. Loek is a man who has three homes in different countries, and previously he had hosted my Belgian friend Eddy who was on a cycle tour of Morocco. But Loek only hosts us couchsurfers for one night. After that one has to pay, ...
... to meet locals and not have a typical tourist experience. What surprised me most about morocco is how modern the country is and how easy it was get on. It certainly didn't feel like I was in Africa! But of course I have to rave about the food! I could see that people would be out off by the limited selection in some restaurants. But when you look a bit deeper, there is are many different options, aside from tagine and cous cous! Thanks for reading! Until next time! ...
... there was lots of joking and poking at big stomachs (like he can talk!) and
general cheekiness. People who know dad will know exactly what I’m talking
about. Funny but also can be a bit much. Today it was ok…even though I’m sure
he was offering to sell me at one point.
We found Shane
again and had lunch at a restaurant on the edge of the market square. Lots of
cats paraded under foot and it ...