Riad Dar Beldia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Dar Beldia Marrakech
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... an hour or so, the clerk came to me and said that they have an early bus coming in and would be leaving for Essouira at 12:30. would I like to be on it? Why yes I would, Merci very much. When all was aid and done the bus left about a quarter full and I spread our in my own row comfortably napped away. If I would have gone exploring, I probably would have been crammed into a full bus. Sometimes doing nothing pays ...
... the big city, being dragged along the sidewalk. Seems to be a sheep thing but I did see a couple surprised looking goats. "Hang On, you know I'm a goat right"? I met Rob and Nat at what at become our nightly Oasis of alcohol in the Medina, the Cafe Arabe, for beers and travel stories and to congratulate ourselves for actually finding the place the the dark maze of the Medina each night. They aren't alcohol fueled rave ups, just a respite from the madness of the ...
The many tajines in the desert finally caught up to us (or was it the soup?) we spent the first several days in Marrakech taking turns using the wc in our lovely riad. Caleb walked around for 48 hours in only his underpants; Robert barely spoke at all. We cracked open the medical kit to retrieve the rehydrating salts and Robert popped a few antibiotics. As our health began to improve, we ventured further from the house but there were no ...
... interesting let's say. November 21 Today is the first day we head to the school, I will be in a class with one of the other volunteers and really have no idea what I'm suppose to be doing. I have been told only a partial outline of what is expected and even after than am still left confused at the poor outline of my responsibilities. I had contemplated saving money by paying just a little more and spending my last week here also but really I don't think I could do it. ...
... randy camels. The square is full of lively activity and perplexing sales practices at all times of the day and night, but it really comes alive in the early evening when all the competing food stalls spring into action, whipping up couscous, harira soup and funky tajine stews in a haze of smoke, smells and friendly catcalls intended to attract customers through the enticing use of words like "cheap", "hot" and “meaty”. I kept waiting to be ...