Marrakech - why you'll love it
I stayed for a week at AnaYela (Marriott). AnaYela is super small, with only three rooms and two suites. Behind the hotel is a captivating love story that took place behind AnaYela's closed doors: a 16-year-old girl and her beau once had clandestine nighttime meetings in the palace's Tapis Volant, or ``flying carpet`` tower. “I am Yela” are the opening words of a handwritten manuscript that was discovered in a hidden room during re-construction. One of the most renowned calligraphers of Morocco, hammered the lovers’ tale in silver on the vast doors through the house, like pages in a book.
My best omakase experience in Marrakech
The Japanese habit of omakase (お任せ) when you’re ordering at a restaurant pretty much means, “I’ll leave it up to you”, inviting the chef to be innovative and surprising in the selection of dishes. I try to do it in every city I visit, and apply the idea behind to everything between how I pick my runs, how I pick my food, how I plan activities with my kids, how I explore cities and how I travel in general. So, I tried this in Amsterdam as well.
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The best places to have a drink in Marrakech – according to me
The best places for dinner in Marrakech – according to me
Food in Marrakech is just … wow. Food from all the colourful markets around town, street-food stalls and cafes is not only delicious, it’s often cheap, too – and a great way to Marrakech.
The best places to get some work done in Marrakech – according to me
The best places for a run in Marrakech – according to me