Zalagh Parc Palace
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The Zalagh Parc Palace Hotel is very nice and my bedroom was lovely with a huge bed and a karge sitting area. The foyer of the hotel is very large also and beautifully set out. The main entrance area was cold but in my room the central heating worked well.
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We were woken at the
uncivilised hour of 6.15 as we had a busy day ahead of us. At 7.30 we set off
for Rabat and the weather was very reminiscent of good old England! By the time
we reached Rabat it was extremely cold, extremely windy and absolutely chucking
it down!! Stoically we got out of our nice warm, dry coach and went to the< …
... age-related slur. It would not be my first tonight. I made a similar, regrettable faux pas at the dinner table this evening. While trying to describe the women carrying marijuana from the day before, I described them as "older than you all". Of course, I merely meant this as a relative description, but you can believe me when I tell you that there were at least six pairs of icy ...
... location is inside the old city medina. That means no cars, you have to walk the last 5 minutes from the gate but the location is amazing. There's no way we could have found it without a guide. It is an absolute warren. Four million people live inside the old walls. This is not the place to be a sheep or goat. We have seen sheep in push carts, being lead along, being carried and we know what's happening to them on Thursday. Big feast day and I do not mean for the ...
... I have ever seen. We all took turns to hold him and passed him around the table giving him cuddles and gawking at him like school children. As we were enjoying the company of the hedgehog one of the Berbers said "later we kill it. Put it in the fridge. Tomorrow. And eat it for breakfast." Everyone laughed awkwardly.... We had hoped he was joking... So because of the torrential rain we were all a little worried that we wouldn't be able to get to Marrakech and that we would be stuck in ...
... by Moulay Idriss I, the grandson of the prophet Mohammad, and the first person to bring Islam to the country that is now Morocco in the 8th century. His son, Moulay Idriss II, was responsible for building the settlement that would become Fes. Because the city is built on two hills and there is the backdrop of the green mountains behind it, it is very picturesque.
We drove to the main town square and got out of the van. Our driver told us to take a look around and to go ...