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Another one of the hotels of the king and one of the best in Marrakech When the Antonio’s – Marco @iamarcoantonio and Jackie @jaxcantonio checked in @lamamouniamarrakech they shared with us their welcome drink – all of us sipped from that valuable yummy almond milk with a hint of orange blossom. I heard it’s 40$ to order a glass of that. I wish I drank more almond milk in Morocco #lamamounia #Morocco#morokrew #H2HMilk We went up to visit the room of Marco and Jackie Click below to go to their website
On our last day in Marrakech, we had lunch in the Italian restaurant at La Mamounia Fritto Misto Zitti Gratinati Tagliatelli frutti di mare Risotto Allosafforenata Dorado Parmigiana Mozzarella soufflé
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The famous Jemâa el-Fna in the #Marrakechsouk We went up the rooftop of one of the restaurants and got a view of the whole square. Then some of us – the brave ones – went inside to explore. — Jemaa el Fna is one of the symbols of the city since its foundation in the eleventh century, this traditional hotbed, lively and popular attracts over a million visitors a year
Destination any magic, the Djemaa el Fna square told through storytellers, dancers, its water sellers and snake charmers, Morocco’s history of yesterday and today while subjugating its visitors its charm which starts in the morning and still finds its climax in the evening. ( website of Jemaa el Fna ) #jemaaelfna #Marrakech#marrakechmedina #Morocco#morokrew
We were semi brave and saw grilling from the rooftop so we went to get some kebabs at the #jemaaelfna
Take your pick from this display or just order from the menu #Marrakech#Morocco#morokrew One of my best meals during our trip to Morocco was our last night at #jemaaelfna in #Marrakech with the hubby! He dressed up because we thought we were going to have dinner in Le Comptoir which didn’t push thru So he was in a blazer in the medina haha!! We went to one of the stalls and had grilled lamb chops for 40 MAD or 4$ That’s the cheapest lamb chops I’ve ever had in my entire life and it was so good. It was like Chuletitas ( small size ) which I like. So good ! I wish we had more meals like this #Morocco#morokrew #marrakechmedina#H2HLamb
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Le Jardin Majorelle was owned by French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962). Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Berge bought the garden in 1980 when they heard they were going to convert the garden into a hotel. YSL added a plant species from every country he travelled to. From 135 to 300 species and with 20 gardeners maintaining the garden #lajardinmajorelle #MajorelleGarden#Marrakech #Morocco #morokrew#h2hgardens
When you first enter the Majorelle Gardens, you think you are in the Arashiyama forest in Kyoto! Haha!! I guess bamboo is very exotic and rare in Morocco A memorial to Yves Saint Laurent by the government of Morocco for his contribution to the country. This pillar is from the Roman ruins of Volubilis #MajorelleGarden#LeJardinMarrakech #Marrakech#Morocco #morokrew #h2hgardens#volubilis #YSL #YvesSaintLaurent No photos inside the museum Photos not allowed inside the Berber museum at Le Jardin Majorelle but I just really wanted to share this. What a beautiful way to display the museum pieces – it was like entering a planetarium or a Justiniani artwork #morokrew #h2hart
I thought the #MajorelleGarden was just a garden but there was a small gallery in the corner called Galerie LOVE with all the LOVE art works of #YvesSaintLaurent #YSL I wish he gave this to me It’s my real favorite in the Majorelle followed by the cacti gardens #LeJardinMarrakech #Marrakech#Morocco #morokrew #h2hhearts
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