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OUR WEDDING

May, 2010 in marrakech
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Hotel:

Hotel Diwane

Marrakech, Marrakesch-Tensift-El Haouz, Morocco

Restaurant:

Bo & Zin

Douar Lahna, Route de l'Ourika (3.5 kms.)
Marrakech,, Morocco

"Very chic and great restaurant, a bit outside but worth going there if you are looking for a very special and chic place. http://bo-zin.com/"

Restaurant:

Café Arabe

Marrakech, Marrakesch-Tensift-El Haouz, Morocco

"Italian/Moroccan cuisine. http://www.cafearabe.com/"

Restaurant:

Grand Café de la Poste

Boulevard el Mansour Eddahbi
Marrakech, Marrakesch-Tensift-El Haouz, Morocco

"chic, trendy, walking distance from Hotel Diwane: http://www.grandcafedelaposte.com/"

Restaurant:

La Trattoria de Giancarlo

179, Rue Mohamed El Beqal- Guéliz
Marrakech,, Morocco

"The city's best italian restaurant. A chic place, housed in a beautiful villa with seats beside the garden pool. http://www.latrattoriamarrakech.com/"

Restaurant:

Le Comptoir Darna

Avenue Echchouada, Hivernage, Marrakech
, Morocco

"Restaurant/bar for a nice night out. A bit loud, belly dancers later in the evening, nice moroccan food and atmosphere. http://www.comptoirdarna.com/"

Restaurant:

Restaurant Kechmara

Marrakech, Marrakesch-Tensift-El Haouz, Morocco

"modern bar-restaurant place. http://www.kechmara.com/"

Restaurant:

Restaurant Le Foundouk

55 Souk Hal Fassi
Marrakech, Marrakesh,, Morocco

"stylish restaurant, french/moroccan cuisine: http://www.foundouk.com/"

Attraction:

Jemaa el Fna

Marrakech, Northern Atlantic Coast and High Atlas, Morocco

"The central square in the medina. From here you get into the markets in the Souk. At night, it turns into an evening food market with lots of little food stands where you can eat typical moroccan food for cheap prices. Definitely an experience."

Attraction:

La Mamounia Hotel

Avenue Bab Jdid
Marrakech, Marrakesh,, Morocco

"One of the world's great old hotels, since its opening in 1923 the Mamounia has been welcoming the rich and famous. If you want to visit the hotel, dress smartly as it is hard to get in for non-hotel guests http://www.mamounia.com/"

Attraction:

Les Bains de Marrakech

2, derb Sedra - Bab Agnaou, Marrakech
, Morocco

"fantastic hamamm with private hamamm cabins for 2-3 people. they also offer great massages. really nice treatments and very beautiful, relaxing atmosphere: http://www.lesbainsdemarrakech.com/"

Attraction:

Les jardins de Majorelle - Marrakech

Jardin Majorelle
Marrakech, Marrakesh,, Morocco

"beautiful garden with the majorelle blue: http://www.jardinmajorelle.com/en/"

Attraction:

Medersa Ben Youssef

Marrakech, Marrakesch-Tensift-El Haouz, Morocco

"The Medersa is one of the city's most impressive buildings and it allows entry to non-Muslims. It was built by the Saadian sultan, Moulay Abdellah around 1565, and was rebuilt in the 16th century. It displays all the fine decorative detailing that characterizes the golden age of Moroccan architecture."

Attraction:

Saadian Tombs

Rue de la Kasbah
Marrakech, Northern Atlantic Coast and High Atlas, Morocco

"The secluded burial place. The 66 royal tombs that are housed here date from the late 16th and early 17th centuries, but were unknown to the outside world until the 1920s, when they were revealed by the curiosity of a French official. The complex is beautifully decorated in the Alhambran style with plenty of carved cedar, stucco and polychromic tiling. The tombs have three main burial chambers that are ranged around a small garden. It is a small place and therefore easily crowded. Therefore, best visiting times are early mornings or late afternoons."

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