But I can allow the sea breeze to persuade me to keep the prose short and stick to a more visual presentation.
We had the perfect amount of time between our arrival in the late afternoon, and our departure the following afternoon, to fit in a visit to the Hasssen II mosque, the main draw of the city for most foreign visitors. It is beyond impressive and is the only mosque in Morocco to allow non-muslims inside. It is so large that Peter's Basilica in Rome could fit comfortably inside and the cost of construction is said to be $750 million.
"They say that if you only had a moment to see the world that you should spend those brief seconds looking at Istanbul. During that glimpse of time you will see the past, the present and the future of many different cultures reflected on this city."-- unknown
As I have said before we are not city people, but surprisingly, we all enjoyed our time spent in these four beautifully different cities.