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- Pets allowed
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- Continental Breakfast
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TripAdvisor Reviews Volubilis Inn Moulay Idriss
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... young waiter who struggled to cope. Meanwhile the American children ran round (nicely) and played with the peacocks. The koftas and lamb cutlets were delicious.
In convoy now, we headed to the wilderness camping. Ray had to go first with Ryall who is towing a large caravan (for the 4 kids). If they couldn't make it up the hill we would have to change plans. Ryall is game for anything, so there was no way ...
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In far away forgotten lands,
Where empires have turned back to sand...
After breakast on our second day, we said goodbye to Rabat and headed inland toward the capital city of Fez. We stopped briefly at the town Meknes where we strolled through an open air market and then continued to the hilltop town of Moulay Idriss where we were to have lunch.
As we left the coast ...
... through the speakers and one could feel the town's shared relief that it was time to break fast (our guide Khalid wasted no time in having his meal). We dined together on the bottom floor of the house and had a number of delicious courses that included a Moroccan bruschetta and the classic homemade tagine meatballs. After the post-dinner briefing we enjoyed the city lights from the vantage of our rooftop courtyard and then packed for tomorrow's continued journey towards ...
... elaborate attire, they were obviously attending a cocktail party. We were to find out later that the hotel is very popular for visiting luxury cruise ships who organise overnight dinner party trips to Fes.
Of course there is nothing unusual about people attending cocktail parties but the odd thing was the way these people entered the function room. Like movie stars, heavily jewelled and thickly made up women in elaborate strapless formal wear, ...
... in the garden and there is a simple memorial stone pillar at the back. Four nights in bustling Marrakech is enough and we were pleased to find Essaourira, a quaint, friendly village by the sea. It is a picture postcard with white washed buildings, blue shutters and the open Atlantic. It is a fortified town of the mid-eighteenth century with a strong European influence. In fact, Essaourira was designed by the same Frenchman who designed Saint-Malo in ...