Riad Dar Beldia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The sun was cracking the stucco walls as we prepared for another busy day doing not very much in Marrakech. Lucia had bought a Fez yesterday, thereby ending a lifelong search for the world's most authentic head wear; however, she has decided not to wear it in Morocco for some unknown reason ( at least to me. ) so it is back to baseball caps and the classic, floppy bush-hat.
On a different subject, it has been brought to my ...
At dinner last night, this well traveled group was discussing that Morocco has been named (not sure by who) as the #1 travel destination in the world. Having been here for a week, we found this so surprising. Yes there are beautiful areas and yes, the medina shopping is a real experience and yes we all loved the camel ride in the Sahara. But in the cities the ...
... entreated so we all ended up at our final dinner with packages Two notes about the Sultan: first, he apparently picked a different wife to sleep with each night so they each had him for one night a month. Only the official wives were allowed to get pregnant. But this was occurring in the late 1800s so birth control wasn't around. If one of the unofficial wives (who were usually gifts to the Sultan from those trying to curry favor) did get pregnant she was either expelled from ...
... and chaos. However, by good luck and dead reckoning we found the main street, then our Hotel, the Ramada Encore, where we stayed on arrival. Greeted like old friends, allowed to shower and change before the paperwork. Awesome. Dinner in tonight, repack for the ferry and a late start tomorrow.
Funny thing. The receptionist at the hotel asked us what we thought of her country. PJ said that we didn't like the Riff much, and were concerned by ...
... the famed city of Marrakech. It was pretty much the only place in the country with any real number of tourists from what I could tell. It was still Ramadan, though, and that meant that day time eating options were limited and many things were closed.
Nighttime was a different story. My hotel was probably 50 feet away from Djemaa el-Fna, the most famous square in the whole country. During the day there was almost nothing going on there, but once the sun went down, ...