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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... forth to find a hairdresser with some success. For about $130 I got a colour, cut, pedicure and eyebrows done! The cut is not as good as Madrid but OK I think. Our hotel here recommended it and it was fun finding it and I enjoyed a final glass at Cafe de La Poste to celebrate my return to health! Today is our final day in Marrakech and here are some reflections on Morocco. Love The word "enshallaah" meaning god willing that many Moroccans use every day The way they farewell and ...
... the place was dead silent. We got worried, maybe this wasn't going to happen. We bumbled out to the lounge area using iPhones as torches. Nobody here. We unlocked the front door, nothing happening outside, but at least we saw a broad, starry sky. Then a whisper from behind said 'Come come sir and madams', and a little torchlight fell on us. We followed our driver out beside the Kasbah, where four camels waited, all saddled and tethered, legs folded neatly beneath them like ...
Our last two nights before Marrakech are at this lovely getaway, Ksar Shama, only about an hour outside of Marrakech. It's up in the mountains, within a national park though, and is a peaceful little spot. Beautiful outdoor swimming pool and lounging areas and really nice rooms, some with wood burning fire places. We had ...
... parts of Marrakech, which for me delivered the departure from anything vaguely familiar that I had hoped for. The first souk was in the Casbah quarter. The vendors lay their goods on the ground on blankets or scraps of paper. We saw all types of fresh vegetables and fruits, nuts, dates, baked bread, meats (including sheep stomach, which I originally mistook for a soggy-looking dust rag: ick) and other non-perishable items including toys for kids. It was a wild, ...
... of space though that is contrasted with the fact that at any moment one could be knocked down by a person, bicycle, moped, mule, horse or horse drawn caleche - versus the Fez Medina that allows no motorized vehicles. That said we were very comfortable venturing out for a bite to eat and to get a few supplies. After the long day we watched Amazing Race Canada and drifted off to sleep albeit to the sounds of the people selling their wares well into the ...