210 Photos - Mar 17, 2015
Photo: From my balcony at the Four Seasons Marrakech - the middle Atlas Mountains, snow cappedPhoto: Photo: Photo: Sunset in MarrakechPhoto: Photo: The first event - a Moroccan evening at Chez AliPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Toni getting her picture takenPhoto: Photo: Parade the meat!Photo: The chicken course - this was for only 8 people!Photo: Leo on the leftPhoto: The third coursePhoto: couscousPhoto: The pastryPhoto: The gala finale - Mogador ResortPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Toni and SophiaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Kissing the snake!Photo: We tour MarrakechPhoto: Photo: The Marrackech MosquePhoto: Photo: Our lunch spotPhoto: Photo: Photo: And we head off into Old Town MarrakechPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: And visit an old mosque that has been restoredPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Some worshipers from the pastPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Again, back at the Four SeasonsPhoto: Photo: My tour starts - Travel Link Morroco - the Hassan II mosque in CasablancaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The national pet of Morocco - the catPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: The Atlantic bay of CasablancaPhoto: Photo: I start my tour in Rabat at the Royal PalacePhoto: The King's MosquePhoto: We head to the Kasbah of Chellah and the Roman RuinsPhoto: Photo: Photo: Here's the national bird - the Stork - which are everywhere!Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The guard to the Mausoleum of Mohamed V and the Hassan TowerPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: And then to the Kasbah of OudayaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The lodgings of the KasbahPhoto: And I'm off to the 17th Century city of Meknes, which is 85% Berber, rather than SunniPhoto: Photo: Photo: I arrive at MeknesPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: The ancient grain storage silo - naturally temperature controlled and holding enough for 12,000 horsesPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The Royal Palace garden/golf course - built by the current King's father - an avid golferPhoto: Photo: A visit to an ancient mosquePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: My next stop to the the very remarkable Roman ruins of Volubilis - the antique Roman capital of MoroccoPhoto: Photo: Guard CatPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Better mosaics than PompeiiPhoto: Photo: The north gatePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The Volubilis gift shopPhoto: I travel the back roads to FesPhoto: The Fes Royal Palace.  The Queen is from FesPhoto: Photo: The hand crafted doors to the Royal PalacePhoto: Next stop - the 14th Century CemetaryPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The ancient Jewish QuarterPhoto: Photo: A restored synagogue in the Jewish QuarterPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: More streets of the Jewish QuarterPhoto: An overlook of Fes from opposite my hotelPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: First Stop - the Pottery FactoryPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: It's then time to treque the medievil medina - famous throughout the worldPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The government is making a riverwalk on the river that runs through the medinaPhoto: Photo: Photo: One of five Fes tanneries - the smell really isn't that bad!Photo: The jobs are handed down from generation to generationPhoto: Photo: gPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: An artisan squarePhoto: Photo: The national pet - there are no rodents in the medina for obvious reasonsPhoto: Photo: Photo: 14th Century Kuran School.  All the wood is cedarPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The weaverPhoto: Lawrence of Arabia???Photo: Photo: The middle age medinaPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: The view from my hotel window.Photo: An a wonderful adventure comes to an end - a spectacular country - well worth the visit!