Club Marmara Madina
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... I headed out early in the morning after the hostel breakfast which was okay. I had a few plans to visit some palaces and a museum, but mainly just to explore the streets of Marrakech and take in the culture. The place was stinking hot, and was mapped out very different to Fes. I noticed that the roads were in no order, where as in Fes everything led revolved around the two main streets which ran through the entire medina. This medina also had an enormous open square that ...
... around the streets in Medina and to the bazaars.
Marrakech has the largest traditional market (souk) in Morocco which is an experience itself with the sights, sounds and smells. There were bikes and motorbikes whizzing past the narrow alleys; the air was filled with the smells of various spices as well as the smell of livestock. The stalls were chilled and not ...
... stalls, artists, musicians and craft stalls. The square is surrounded by cafes all offering many different Moroccan dishes. We were recommended to visit cafe de France which overlooks the square and boasts a great picture opportunity over the square. Once we had enjoyed a much needed drink due to the humidity we started exploring the markets only to soon get very lost. A maze of colours each winding into each other. ...
... to the hotel as they are not coming for dinner and I want to go back to 'Hotel Ali', as I'm meeting the others for dinner. A boy spots us as lost and offers to guide us to the taxi ranks, of course we will have to tip. He does get us out and we settle on a price with the driver.
Taxis are reasonably cheap and are an experience that must be tried. But you cannot afford to be a nervous passenger as it is like being in a go ...
... we ate dinner and splurged on a Moroccan 5 course feast at a beautiful restaurant. Dinner started with a handwashing at the entrance to the restaurant, followed by an aperitif, a selection of 8 traditional Moroccan salads, a Pastilla of Pigeon, Tagine of Lemon Chicken, Vegetable and Beef Couscous, Sliced Oranges in Orange Blossom Honey, Phyllo Pasty and Custard, and a Myriad of Moroccan Cookies, Petit Fours, and Candies. We finished with Sweet Tea and washed down the meal ...