Eldorador Club Palmeraie
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... to the intense heat for a few minutes before we walked into the souks.
The souks are a series of interconnected laneways and covered streets where goods are made and sold. Our guide told us there are 60,000 shops in the complex and we spent the next hour meandering through one section of it.
Anything can be bought here: carpets, lamps, herbs and spices, food, clothes, medicine, plants…you name it it’s probably here (though no ...
... we would get to know well. It allowed us to get our first glimpse of the monkeys on leashes and the snakes who from what we could tell were not listening to the racket coming from the flutes of the supposed snake professionals were playing. We got to our place and we're pleased at the space, especially the terrace on the roof. Walking through the streets we noticed right away the differences from Fez. The walkways were much wider giving one ...
... dirum, which amounts to just under 1 Euro, I indulge in a light meal. A glass of freshly squeezed orange juice to go along, only the equivalent of 50 euro cents. Branching from the main market square is a long narrow street decorated with merchants in every open space selling all you can imagine. The bright and bold colors of the cashmiri scarfs, gleaming lights coming from lamp sellers, aromas of tea, spices, meat, and other aromatic scents flood your nostrils, ...
... and it was bitter sweet, my ass was happy the ride was over, but I was sad my experience in the Sahara was over, I kind of wanted to just chill there and take it all in a bit longer. But we had a 12 hour bus trip back to Marrakech. It was a really long bus trip, but was not as bad as I had anticipated, the scenery made up for the length. I did not want to fall asleep right away, as I wanted to save my sleeping for the mountain area, since I did not want ...
... was closed so we settled on a nearby alternative where we dined serenaded by the the call to prayer across the city from the nearby Koutoubia Mosque.
Fortified, the time had come to stop skirting Jemaa el fna and dive right into the heart of the souks (markets). Everything we'd heard and read about Marrakech began with a cautionary tale about getting lost in the labyrinthine souks, how it was inevitable and that you'd eventually need to pay someone to guide ...