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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... wrong we were! The semoule soup starter arrived in a cauldron with a Moses basket of bread to accompany it. The soup itself, a ground couscous or semolina, delicately flavoured, thick and hot, was delicious, but, due to its carbtastic nature, I was stuffed after just half a vat. Stacey was none to keen, explaining that it reminded her of semolina pudding at school. Then, the main course was brought to our table. A mountain of couscous, topped with half a chicken - ...
... had tons of Orange juice stalls, ladies offering henna, snake charmers, men with monkeys on leads, horses and carriages, African dancers and drummers. Around the square there are various stalls all selling the usual tourist tat and then you get deeper into the medina to find all the spices, wood, fabrics, handbags, jewellery, leather, tagines, shoes etc.. The colours and smells are amazing, most people have been really friendly and ...
... The Medina was originally built as a fortress and is surrounded by a thick stone wall. Inside the sounds and smells of the Souk assail the senses. The shops sit cheek by jowl carrying a huge variation of merchandise, from clothing to souvenirs and all kinds of food stuffs. We have three guides keeping us together, there is little opportunity for shopping, and we have been warned not to buy the food. Health regulations certainly are slack, so this warning ...
... treated to a Moroccan barbeque which was absolutely delicious if lacking a bit of Watties tomato sauce. I was so thankful that while eating we were out of sight of the carcasses until a big truck full of cattle pulled up outside no doubt bringing the next customers lunch.
That night we arrived in Fez and found ourselves at a dinner and show held in a very impressive building in the old part of the city. One more tagine down the entertainment began. It was a mix of music dancing ...
... es salaam aylaykum” and get a return greeting “wa alaykum salaam” with a smile every time. When I asked random people where such and such was they would take me by the elbow and point me in the better direction, usually offering to take us there. In the end, everybody had good intentions, and there was absolutely no reason for us to be nervous. The guidebooks say that single women are perfectly safe wandering around Marrakech at night, and I believe it. Later I met a ...