Planes, trains and automobiles? Maybe trains and taxis in Morocco

Well everyone, Kim and Bern are on the move with Intrepid! They had a later start to their day, meeting the group in the lobby at 11:00 to head to the train station to go to Rabat. Rabat is the capital of Morocco and sits on the shores of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. It is known for landmarks including the Kasbah of the Udayas and the tower of Hassan…both of which they visited with their group. To get to Rabat, they took a one hour train ride. Kim and Bern loved this city…beautiful architecture and landscapes.

They loved exploring the Kasbah. The colours were beautiful and Kim had fun listening to a local musician. She had her picture taken with him for about two dollars! Doesn’t she look happy? Lol

After the Kasbah, they walked to the Hassan Tower,a 12th century minaret….they didn’t have a lot of time here, but they took some great pictures.

They were in a rush to get back to their meeting spot, and they didn’t want to miss their train ride…so they jumped in a taxi with their group. They took a few photos along the way…..Kim was surprised when her taxi door opened up when they were driving…good thing she didn’t fall out…the group had a good laugh over it lol

They made it on time and headed to the train station for a 3 hour ride to Meknes. The group all headed out for dinner. Kim said it was awesome. She had chicken and lemon tangine with creme Carmel for dessert. Amazing!

That darn Miffy is having fun too…I think Kim should take me with her next time!

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Have a paws up day everyone!

Teddy
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