This medieval bath house was built in the 14th century by Pere de Vilarasa, a knight and jurist during the reign of Jaime II. Its style is mainly Arabic, mixed with local style called mudéjar (Christian architecture style from Iberican peninsula).
Did you know Marrakech had a secret garden? In the Mouassine district there lies le Jardin Secret. From outside tourists would have passed it by if they do not pay attention. Le Jardin Secret used to be a palace, built first in the half of the XVIth century.
Now that the curve in some countries has flattened or gradually decreased, the measurements have been lifted. So, this is my second post asking you, how are you? Me and my family are ok under the circumstances.
A daytrip to Ourika valley was on my list when travelling to Marrakech last January. The van of our group of 10 pax departed from Jmaa el Fnaa square at 9 am. After a short ride, this was the first stop at Tahanout. It was sunny but cold that morning.
This post is dedicated to my go-to spots in Arnhem in daytime where I gladly come for coffee, tea, wine and a bite or two. I hope all these establishments will survive the economic crisis which is looming now due to the pandemic.