Hotel Dar Sabra
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... have already been reapt. After we arrived in Fes, we went to the Clock restaurant in the Medina, where we had our ...
... streets - just love it. Amazingly found our way back to our Riad, met the owner, Noël got a few tips of what to see and do, and then headed back out for dinner. Decided to dine on one of the roof top cafes, looking over the Medina, really pretty sight as the sun dropped down and their lights came on. Dinner was a rabbit tagine, and beef with couscous and veges. Very tasty! Totally non alcoholic beverages only offered. Seems a lot cheaper here than Casablanca, what we ate ...
... and opened an unassuming door in the side of a wall, which led into an elegant courtyard with a fountain, plants, and comfortable seating. Leading us upstairs to the rooftop patio, she served us tea while giving us detailed maps, as well as instructions both on how to get around, and how to find your way back when you get lost, as is inevitable in Marrakech. Armed with this information, we made our way into the heart of the medina, arriving ...
Day 082: 4.4 kms, 7 hours—day total: 4.4 kms
I'm not sure if this day should count as an "Adventure Mode" day or not—as I don’t really discover anything new—other than a park on the far side of Koutoubia Mosque. But it’s a memorable morning spent with Jamal along with another co-worker Rachid, who knows Marrakech well and offers to give us a ...
... a couple guys on the terrace, one from France and the other from Brazil. As I joined them in their conversations, the one from France was just on his way out to catch a flight back to Paris. So after exchanging the normal conversation from two lone travelers, we decided to head to the Jemaa El Fna and check out the action with the sun on its way down. The sunset created a vivid hue behind the square on the minarets, and provided ...