Palais du Voyageur - Riad Tinmel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... invited into another private home for a party with locals. Our host's mansion is a treat for the senses, with birdcages everywhere filling the space with beautiful melodies. Unfortunately my cell phone images of the party aren't up to my usual standards, but you will get the idea. The tour is certainly off to a wonderful ...
... br> A delightful welcome dinner follows at a Michelin rated restaurant in a hotel adjacent to ours. It is a palatial room, and we are seated at a circular table under a beautiful chandelier. A musician is playing a zither, and filling the rooms with soothing music as we enjoy traditional Moroccan salad, a tender beef couscous and traditional spiced oranges for dessert. The group is delightful, and we are in for some amazing adventures ...
... Being from the Tropics of England, I was not used to the sort of heat that was normal in the morocco.
By the time of the second day my tan had made me a nice pinky red colour. So me and my school mates, sprayed copious amounts of Lynx (Axe) deodorant and wearing more fedoras than Jason Mraz's hat stand, hit the town for a day of looking round the Jewish quarter of the city. We saw many synagogues ...
... the photos. Within the palace, we also enjoyed a photographic exhibition - photos taken by an English photographer Don McCullin which included photos of Morocco, graphic portraits of Ethiopian Mursi women with lip plates and other poignant photojournalistic images of conflict (including the Vietnam war, Ireland and Israeli recruits in training).
We wandered the surrounding streets aimlessly after Palais Badii until we came upon a cafe at a busy crossroad. ...
At leisure today...and I say that tongue in cheek. This place is not leisurely, it is a constant bombardment of the senses from the smell of food, drains and donkeys, the sounds of bikes, and snake charmers' flutes and drums, the sights of all the shops and people, the feel of the crowds, to the taste of mint tea. Then it's back to the Riad ...