Palais Riad Calipau Marrakech
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... gardens and visiting the museum. It was too late to visit any other places so we returned to our Riad, made ourselves some snacks and spent time drinking wine on the rooftop garden and chatting to Rachid and learning about his efforts to save the environment in his village in the mountains. The next day we had a late start, then spent some time in the markets. We also visited the Palais Bahia, a beautiful building with exquisite tile mosaics and carved wood. We also ...
... Jemaa el-Fnaa, the main market place, to go see the Koutoubia Mosque. As we were walking by stalls a vendor pointed to is and said Saadain Tomb this way and pointed to a sign. And sure enough there was the entrance to the tombs. We were lucky because they were pretty cool. It is interesting that they weren't destroyed along with the Badi Palace,which was destroyed when the Saadians fell, but supposedly it was because of superstition. Next we went to look at the ...
... everywhere in the medina 5. Get as much of Muslim architecture as possible. Visit the fairytale Bahia palace, the Kasbah Mosque and, just across the corner of the latter, the ancient walled garden of the Saadian Tombs, with their unique mosaic graves 6. Visit the 16th century Badii Palace, one of the two principal monuments of the Saadian era (the other is the Saadian Tombs). Today it survives only as a denuded ruin, but once it was a model of ...
... ll explore here. I should stop while I’m ahead… if an incident were to happen to me here, it would cast as shadow on my entire Superhike—as happened in my Megapolis Superhike.
After reaching Menara, I try to catch a taxi, but can’t find any that will give me an honest price—or they flat out refuse to take me where I want to go… Oh well… I tried, Marrakech… I really ...
... with 3 young Moroccans (a couple and their friend) who were heading to Marrakech for a weekend escape. As we all got settled in for the long trip ahead, the Moroccans proceeded to break open their snacks and treats and insisted that we share with them in eating their treats. They were very persuasive and wouldn't take no for an answer. We found overselves over the course of the trip with an assortment of cookies, nuts, chips, candies and chocolates all placed on ...