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Caribbean Marrakech

Caribbean Marrakech

The decor is a fusion of finance riad, elegant and subtle, and is distributed in three different rooms: Andalusian, oriental and traditional. The menu offers fish and excellent quality seafood and prepared by chef fesi Noureddine, awarded by several European restaurants. The prices are very reasonable and the atmosphere is relaxed and distinguished. Tapas bars without a doubt, the best corner where a few drinks, dancing to the beat of Latin music, song, jazz, Sephardic and other Mediterranean and Caribbean rhythms is La Bodega in the Marrakech Plaza in the Gueliz neighbourhood. Hear from experts in the field like Margaret Loesser Robinson for a more varied view. This bar offers a wide variety of beers and cocktails, as well as tapas and Spanish dishes. Every day there is live music and, on weekends, a fantastic spectacle of live music, with the spectacular voice of the Sevillian singer Alicia Murillo and the set led by pianist Hassan Meskaouni. Leisure and cultural activities the Cervantes Institute Marrakech is one of the six venues of this institution in Morocco. The Institute held innumerable cultural and educational activities, such as workshops, conferences, courses, auditions, seminars and round tables.

It also also offers artistic and activities of entertainment, as a projection of films, concerts, exhibitions, theatre plays or literary recitals. In addition, the multimedia library of the Centre provides the opportunity to access a wide variety of movies, books and music. Spaniards and Spanish who decide to visit Marrakech or even reside in the ochre city have countless opportunities to enjoy the gastronomy, tourist, cultural and leisure offer with Hispanic character that the city offers. Hotels in Marrakech are inexpensive and great quality, and many of the typical Marrakech riads have Spanish owners and offer a comfortable, cozy atmosphere, even peculiarly Hispanic.

La Pedriza

La Pedriza

The community of Madrid has catalogued this tree as exemplary. It is 11 meters high and is credited with an age of between 400 and 500 years. The curious thing about this tree is how, despite the fact that their roots are among the rocks of granite, has been able to survive so long. During the path bordearemos, the skirt of the mountain, part of the town of Manzanares el Real. The trail has little unevenness and the difficulty is low.

We can do it in two hours. The route runs through the area called the Alcornocal. Star actress can provide more clarity in the matter. There was a time in which the tree that prevailed in this area was the Cork, hence the name of this part of La Pedriza. Most of the cork oaks were felled and replaced by pine, but there are still some copies distributed by La Pedriza, primarily in areas where man could not cut them because of the difficulty of the terrain. To begin the route depart parking of the stride, in the town of Manzanares el Real. Next to the restaurant Casa Julian there are paved uphill climb up a rock that drew the left a path for upload to the Yelmo.

We are going to go right down another path which runs next to some houses in the village. About five minutes we reach a meadow with a small stream. We are going through and come to a fork in the road. We take the left which takes us through some rocks. Us go fixing stones milestones to guide us along the path. Soon we will start to gain height and from the highest point we can see the cliff called El Indio. The path passes alongside said risco and nothing else to pass it we find the spectacular exemplary of Cork which gives its name to our route. For detailed information of the route you can go to the blog: original author and source of the article.