Riad Al Assala Medina
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... butter (Stu burned his mouth and hot garlic butter all over his shirt); pimientos del padron / fried green peppers with rock salt (after hours and hours of nagging by Michele); and patatas bravas (impossibly delicious fried potato served with hot sauce and mayonnaise). (Logrono, Spain) 16. Downing the best espresso coffee ever in a middle-of-nowhere town on the camino while listening to the surprisingly good 'Mission Impossible 2' soundtrack (Cardeñula, Spain). ...
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The christmas holidays to 2010, I went to Marrakech and I visited diferent places, the first was:
The Place Jemaa el Fna is a central square at entrance to market in Marrakech. You can buy all types of things, from backpacks to dentures, snakes or anything else. Also, you can find a lot of types of food. The most popular is cuscus with spicy ingredients. There you can eat with fork and knife, but the tradition is ...
... and gullible....but we now had Yossif as our guide....he led us down back alleys...narrow side streets...some of which made Venice Streets look like highways.....he showed us schools where the Koran is taught....he showed us large wooden doors and explained that they had two sections....one for summer and a smaller section for winter so that the heat did not escape....that also had two door knockers that made two distinct sounds....one was for men and one for women...so the ...
... to see. They lived a very simple life but we couldn't help but notice and laugh that there was electricity switches around the cottage. So, we think although they definitely lived a simple life it wasn't as simple as the guide portrayed to us.
We jumped back in the van and headed up the road to enjoy our lunch on the riverside. It was a really nice lunch and very similar to the lunch we'd had the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed