This is a beautiful tiny riad, very traditional, full of interesting bits and pieces, a real step into a different world. It was quite empty while I was there (last few days of February) and there was only the manager and a very lovely woman who made and served breakfast, neither of whom spoke any English. Breakfast was freshly squeezed orange juice, a jug of really hot good coffee, and a range of bread/pancake/cake things with butter and jams, plenty to keep you going for several hours. My room was lovely: big comfy bed with plenty of warm bedding, two traditional old tables each side, good lighting, doors and windows opening onto the terrace which overlooks the square courtyard with pool in the middle. The loo and shower were fine, but were placed in curved alcoves, without doors. If I'd been sharing my room with partner or best friend, my British shyness about lavatory activities and the need for privacy would have been a bit shaken. I was suddenly charged 66 d on the morning of departure for city tax. I expect this was correct, but it hadn't been mentioned before and I hadn't read about it in any of my guide books so it did just make me wonder if this was correct. Remember you can't change your currency back, and when you get to the airport everything is sold in euros, so try not to get too much in case you end up not needing it. I gave most of my extra to the lady at the riad and into the charity box at the airport, but I had been planning to have a bit of a spend at the airport and was disappointed.
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