Riad Laila

Address: 104 Diour Jdad - Arset Ben Brahim, Marrakech, 40008, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 104 Diour Jdad - Arset Ben Brahim, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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      Camels

      A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Jan 23, 2015

      Hello again, The internet is bad here even when "they" say it is good. Not really strong enough to get many photos with my entries and I have some great photos. I have tried several times to send photos and it just doesn't work, unfortunately. I will be heading to Fez in a couple of days and will try catching up with photos from there. Too bad because I was so excited to show you my camel!
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      Sahara Camel Trip

      A travel blog entry by adventurebarbie on Jan 23, 2015

      ... they assemble the restaurant, quite remarkable. There must be close to 60 or 70 of them. Justin had his heart set on eating sheep brain, (yes you read it right). So we went to that stall. They have all the cooked sheep heads lined up facing the main walkway. He had the brains and goat cheek. I only had a taste of his. I had some remarkable rice with lamb in a spicy gravy for $2.50, it was excellent and will go back there tonight! Justin and Andre left ...

      International Salsa Festival

      A travel blog entry by alex_rivera on Nov 16, 2014

      The close proximity of Morocco to Spain means that there is some Spanish influence present. The majority of the population is Arab-Berber and is mostly Islamic. The International Salsa Festival best represents the transculturation that is always happening between Spain and Morocco. We do not need to acquire certain ...

      Marrakech

      A travel blog entry by brians_trip on May 21, 2014

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      ... horses going through the crowds, best way to describe it is organized chaos. Store owners will walk out of the store and physically drag you into their shop. One tactic is to shake your hand and then they pull you in. I didn't want to go into one shop so I pulled back and pulled the shop keeper out of his store, he was pretty surprised. If someone gives you directions they want 5 Dinhar for it. Walking in the ...

      Only Fools and Horses

      A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Jun 17, 2013

      ... the local men respond to their presence. They swarm around western women and leer at them, saying "niiiiice" in a creepy Borat-like voice. It isn't a turn-on, really.

      As we watched this band playing there was suddenly an influx of local men who took an interest. Sybie and Katie were buried in the crowd a little bit so all I could see was the top of their heads, but Lydia was right in front of me. One guy in particular in a green T-shirt kept edging his hand closer and ...