- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was ok, but then I reminded him that I was not going to buy anything today. He acted so disappointed and said something like "...after all I just showed you?" Again, I said that I told him at the beginning I said I wasn't going to buy anything. He said I was right and that he is honest, and he totally backed off.
One way I was able to extricate ourselves from the carpet sellers grasp was to say we were hungry and wanted lunch. Of course, he had ...
... so long.
The Sultan was a Cruel Dude
The guide laughingly explained that the Sultan had many many wives (a haram) and many many children. Afterward, we looked Mulay Ismail up and 'yes' he was prolific. Moulay Ismaïl is alleged to have fathered a total of 867 children. He offered marriage to Louis XIV's beautiful daughter Marie Anne de Bourbon but she declined. Wiki lists 9 spouses:
1) Lalla ...
... the Engine Warning Light!! It is not the first time it has come on, in fact, the first one was in Split in Croatia back in October. We had pulled out of the campsite, gone 100m down the road and then, as if by magic, the engine warning light had come on accompanied by a marked lack of acceleration. If it had been a KTM motocross bike, I would have checked the jets in the carburettor first, so thinking in parallel fashion, I thought ...
... complex that was never completed (he had intended it to be the Moroccan equivalent to Versailles). Our first stop was at one of the main gates to the Kasbah, called the Thursday gate due to the fact that the souq it leads to operated every Thursday. Next on the itinerary was the Heri es-Souani granaries and stables. The building provided stabling and food for 12,000 horses and is quite impressive. The roof collapsed many years ago, but the first few ...
... local hangout for families to wander and as well as to sit and picnic.
Behind the reservoir was the Heri es-Souani or granaries that were built by Sultan Moulay Ismail. The granaries are in the process of being restored, but at one time were able to house grain and hay to feed the 12,000 royal
The granaries have massive walls and tiny windows, effectively creating
cool storage conditions.
After the visit to Meknes, we got back on ...