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48 HOURS IN MARRAKECH :: WHERE TO SHOP, EAT AND SLEEP!

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After travelling to Marrakech exactly twice now in my life, I’m far from an expert, but if there’s one thing I do know, it’s that we’ve experienced some really amazing places to sleep, shop, and eat on both occasions that are definitely worth sharing with you all! So if you’re planning a trip (or just pinning ideas […]

13 responses on “48 HOURS IN MARRAKECH :: WHERE TO SHOP, EAT AND SLEEP!

  1. Kirsty Macdonald

    Great post, I am going to Marrakech in 4 weeks time and reading this has made me even more exciting! Thank you!

    You mentioned you had a guide, could you give me the name of yours please?

    Thank you

    Kirsty x

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  2. Lauren

    This is great! I’m headed to Morocco for about 8 nights in May – and will be putting this to good use. Would LOVE to know the guide you recommend! Thanks!

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TRAVEL DIARY :: POSTCARDS FROM MARRAKECH!

the patio at peacock pavilions marrakech woven lanterns and beautiful tile

Well, you’ve heard me teasing and talking about it for a few months now, but today is the DAY! I hopped a flight yesterday to Morocco, and about the time you will be reading this, I will be landing in Marrakech for the week! Part work, part fun, this trip is going to be 100% […]

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  1. Taste of France

    I went to a hammam out in the suburbs–the travel agent said the ones used by tourists aren’t clean and had the secretary take me to hers! It was a blast. Women and kids everywhere, everybody sudsing everybody else. My skin was like a baby’s afterward.
    I’m sure you’ve been to Yacout restaurant. Amazing. And the antique shop next door is wonderful, too.
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TRAVEL DIARY :: SPOILED IN SONOMA

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Let’s be honest here – a trip to Sonoma is always a treat. But my most recent trip to wine country with Williams-Sonoma and Fortessa basically takes the cake for amazingness. We were totally spoiled from the second we arrived, and at the end of the night, we got to fall asleep in this heavenly moment at the Fairmont Sonoma! […]

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  1. Joyce

    As an obsessor of Williams-Sonoma, and a gal who has always wanted to get to Sonoma, I LOVE this post! Thank you for restaurant and hotel recommendations!

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TRAVEL DIARY :: JAMAICA PART II

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While our first stop on our Jamaica trip satiated my design cravings, the next stop – Mockingbird Hill in Port Antonio – fulfilled so much more. It was here that we spent the majority of the trip, swimming in waterfalls (!!!), soaking up sunshine on the beaches and tasting some of the most delicious food the island has to offer […]

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  1. Junjun

    Wow, these are some gorgeous photos! It looks like you had a fun time exploring the wonderful natural beauty and the rich culture Jamaica has to offer! Thank you for sharing! c:

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TRAVEL DIARY :: JAMAICA PART I

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This is the time of year where those of us up north definitely start thinking about where we’re going to escape to come winter. If you’re lucky enough, you’ve already got plans to hop a flight to warmer climates! Me? Well, I already did that about a month ago when one of my girlfriends and […]

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  1. Alexandra

    Amazing hotel, I like the red walls and the terrace and the pool, they are really nice.And of course, it’s Jamaica, I guess you’ve had a great time over there.

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