Clubhotel Riu Tikida Palmeraie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
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... my previous post on my blog completed & uploading photos. I like to put as many photos as possible with the ...
... we were, found the centre of the garden which didn't look as we had seen on the Internet, anyway we checked with a chap who said yes these are the gardens!!! I can say we have never seen so many olives though. We decided to walk back the 6km to the old medina, passed the new Marrakech on the way! Some huge hotels and large shopping centre under construction much prefer the old part. We managed to try some different food this evening - Seffa Medfouna ...
... was much more comfortable in the 33 degree head while we sat on the rood and got to know Janet. I was glad I was no longer the new-be.
While we were shopping last night Sam got talking to a guy from Dubai, so after dinner we headed back into the Medina to meet him and his sister for a coffee. We weren’t out very long as we wanted to be back to welcome home the other volunteers who’d been taking part in the annual Sahara Marathon that ...
This train ride ended up being the adventure of all adventures. When we got to the train station, they did not have any first class tickets left, so we would be sitting in second class. If you ever go to Morocco, trust me when I say this, you DO NOT want to sit in second class. First class you have reserved seats and it is not flooded with people. ...
... there may be better options out there than the hotel that I am staying in, which happened to not be listed in my guidebook. Although my room was nice and clean, the hotel just didn't have any atmosphere and life to it - as far as I knew there was only one other couple staying there. So I decided after I finished my breakfast that I would check out a hotel that my guidebook recommended.
Hotel Essaouira was just one alley ...