T+L's Definitive Guide to Marrakesh
Marrakesh is on a roll as enterprising locals and expats reinterpret Moroccan traditions in fashion, architecture, food, and nightlife across the city.
Isfahan/ Imam(Shah) mosque
in progress The unique blue tiles of Isfahan's Islamic buildings, and the city's majestic bridges, contrast perfectly with the hot, dry Iranian countryside around it, Isfahan is a sight you won't forget. Not only is the architecture superb and the climate pleasant, but there's a fairly relaxed atmosphere here, compared with many other Iranian towns. It's a city for walking, getting lost in the bazaar, walking in beautiful gardens and meeting people. The famous half-rhyme Isfahan nesf-e-jahan…
Mamounia Blues - The Londoner
This was not the most adventurous of days. You know when you try and spread cold butter on to bread? It’s all stiff and useless, isn’t it? That is pretty much how we felt when we left London. Uptight, cold, a bit stiff and useless! So this was something of a defrost day. Just some […]
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253 Likes, 5 Comments - Serendipity Delhi (@serendipitydelhi) on Instagram: “The stunning Mamounia hotel, Marrakech. #moroccan #architecture #moorishinfluence…”