Villa des Trois Golfs
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Wiec zwiedzamy... Tym razem medina za dnia, bo to miejsce czaruje rowniez w samo poludnie, a geste alejki suku daja wytchnienie przed prazacym sloncem Marrakeshu. Prawdziwy kociol zaczyna sie troche dalej od placu Jemma el Fna, gdzie o cien trudno, na uliczkach robi sie coraz biedniej i brudniej, a wkolo pelno motorowerow, zostawiajacych za soba gesty i duszacy dym. Latwo sie zgubic ale... ...
... are some 160 different rooms in the palace, including reception halls, tiled courts with water features and a large number of bedrooms. It is said that the palace was built primarily as a home for Ahmed's official concubines and that the importance or favour of each concubine increased along with the size of their bedroom. The entire palace is housed within two acres of gardens.
Disappointingly, most of the complex was locked off from ...
... 77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We managed to find our way back to Djemaa El Fna square fairly easily as it is signposted throughout the medina. A quick walk around the Koutoubia mosque with its 77 metre high minaret....not that high when you think that Casablanca's is 210 metres high, but nevertheless the highest and most prominent landmark around the medina, mainly because of a local law that no building can be taller than a palm ...
... out two food stalls recommended on the Legal Nomad blog, #14 for the orange juice and #32 for lamb sausages. Neither disappointed, but only sampling the OJ from #14, we had to wonder how it came to be the recommended cart over the rest.
The numbers of the stalls aren't in any particular order, so we had to wander around and look for the numbers. The guy at the #14 seems to know you're looking for him though, greeting you meters away. We snapped our photos at the stall ...
... exact same place - back to the spice shop to stock up on supplies and gifts for loved ones. So much more than a shop, it was a full cultural experience. We were treated to copious amounts of sweet mint tea as they demonstrated everything they had including frankincense and myrrh! Such gracious hospitality!
We set off back through the maze looking for souvenirs and postcards. At one place we stopped in, we saw the shop keeper from yesterday who'd given ...