Amazing and Traditional Moroccan meals
The five of us (Peter and Summer have a lovely baby girl named Hazel) had an incredible Moroccan lunch on our first full day in Morocco. Couscous is a very traditional Moroccan dish, but it is only is served in restaurants on Fridays. We had intended to go to a hole in the wall restaurant that another friend of ours, Mark, had recommended, but after walking around lost for quite sometime, we settled on another place that Peter found. It turned out to be quite a find! From the entry way, to the menus, to the veranda with a tent, it really felt like the genuine thing! Check out the pictures!
Also, in Morocco, they use Dirhams as the form of currency and the conversion rate is about 9 Dirhams to 1 US dollar. It was nice to be able to have the dollar go further, since the Euro has continued to climb higher since we have been over here. Peter and Summer took us to another great lunch at the Moroccan version of the Trump Tower (or at least it felt that way). The hotel was extremely nice and we ate like kings for only a small amount of money. It was great!