Riad al Bartal
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... require FedEx to get home.
We crossed the courtyard into their showroom, a 1000 square foot space filled with ceramics for sale. After the tour I was sure that I wanted to buy something, but there were so many options that I knew we were going to be there for a while. And we were. We kept all 3 of the guys working in the shop busy pulling down different plates and vases and platters and bowls. We compared colors and sizes and prices, racking our brains for all ...
... granaries, royal stables, his tomb.
Our final sightseeing stop for today is the ancient Roman city of Volubilis. It is raining lightly, and the advantage of this is that the moisture brings out the colors in the ancient mosaics. They are much more vibrant than I have seen them on previous visits.
We check in at our hotel in Fez and take ...
... took us to many wonderful places. We saw waterfalls, lakes, small villages, fishing farms and other spectacular views. The highlight of our day however was feeding wild monkeys in the forest! It was the most fascinating thing I've ever done, one grabbed my skirt then pulled a bag of buts out my hand. That was scary and I screamed but it made the experience funny. Tomorrow we're off to Barcelona, so ya'll will hear about what we get up to there. Love & hugs Linzi ...
... in Europe).
Anyhow, my parents arrived safely, if a bit jet lagged, at our hotel at about 2PM, and after a short nap we all went for a walk and found some dinner. The walk was very interesting; for the four of us it was a nonevent in an area where there wasn't much happening. We strolled around the Casablanca medina, which is small and tame, and then walked a few blocks and found a restaurant for dinner. The kids had fun shepherding their grandparents ...
... of Fes el-Bali, which is incidentally also the world's largest car-free urban zone. Transport of goods is provided by donkeys, carriages, and motorbikes. Most of the streets are only a few meters wide and unnamed, so getting lost is guaranteed. Ibraham suggested I get a guide for the first day. 20 dirhams well spent for 3 hours with a guide. Now that I have my bearings I am more than capable of getting around on my own.
One thing ...