- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... went into a carpet shop and had a look at some carpets ( well what did you think we would be looking at ? ). There was one we liked, but it was very old, and also very dirty looking. It seemed to be very good quality and the price dropped remarkably from 3,800dh to 1,100dh in a matter of minutes. If the whites of the carpet had been whiter we would have been sorely tempted, but as it was, it looked too much like it was crying out ...
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