While in Casablanca, it's easy to visualize the 30,000 workers and craftsmen busy constructing the Hassan II Mosque as we look above our heads at its awe-inspiring ceilings.
You can smell Fes before you see its famous dye vats with its array of colors ranging from brilliant indigo blue to saffron yellow.
When gazing up at the Corinthian columns of Meknes we can easily imagine these stone structures being responsible for holding up the blue sky above the ancient city. The closest we can ever come to reliving times of such notoriety is by combining the country's rem- nants of ancient civilizations with a little imagination.
To wander the Jamaa el Fnaa Souk of Marrakech, sipping mint tea whilst being mesmer- ized by a local snake charmer, listening to nomadic musical groups, Berber story tellers and strolling the Atlantic coast in the colonial beach town of Essaouira. This adventure takes us to a land that has been known to inspire and astound.
Morocco has it all!