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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and cool experience that I really enjoyed. Following that I bought Dina some new converse for like 10 euros which were obviously fake but seemed alright. I just hope that they fit because fake sizes can be all over the place. After we were done we headed back to the driver, he was a little annoyed as we had spent far too long in the Medina and he was going to be late for something but he told to take our time. After the long drive back we all said goodbye and ...
... certain we are heading for.
2) Recognize that, if we are going to the place identified, it is probably NOT closed at this time. Helpful street guides and published tourist guides are rarely in agreement about hours.
3) If we do follow where he leads, we shall surely stumble and fall. Into an abyss of mint tea and an earnest salesman sincerely assuring us that the stuff in his shop is authentic handmade quality done by his first cousin in a nearby village ...
... of the town if under attack, realised he would need grain and water to survive....so underneath this area was a vast reservoir to last the city 1 year, the rooms we were in were to store the grain...the water underneath with the thick walls - over a metre thick -ensured the air was at a constant cool temperature... The sky lights through the roof were where the grain was let down into the rooms. It was one of the most amazing places I have been ...
... wares. Inside the souq were a kaleidoscope of colorful vegetables, fruits, spices and sweets in neat piles arranged in the stalls. The sales people are not aggressive, they greet us and tastes are offered at every stall. In spite of our best intentions, we bought some of those decadent treats. We counter balanced that purchase with figs and melon.
Friday Trip to the Medina
We planned to visit ...
Rabat; in our eyes, was a stark contrast to Casablanca. A stunning old Imperial city well planned and beautifully manicured. We had a city guide who had just been inserted with a new set of Duracel batteries and he was off at a hundred miles an hour both verbally and physically, keeping us captivated as he passionately shared the history of both Rabat and Morocco with us.
Chellah was our first stop, to view the ruins of ...