Marrakesh, Day 3: Enfin un bon couscous

Had dinner on the Djemaa el Fna tonight.  This time at a restaurant that was exactly what we wanted –delicious Moroccan food at a reasonable price and authentic atmosphere. 

Moroccan soup

Couscous with chicken

We also got a chance to see the Djemaa in the evening.  It’s nearly deserted during the blazing heat of daytime, but once the evening fell it came alive — a bustling circus and WAY better than any show with belly dancers and incense.  A great way to wrap up our stay in Marrakesh.

This is where we ate

View from our table

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