PHOTO: Arches and Mosaic Floors in the Ruins of Volubilis, Morocco Hint at the Wealth of This Third Century Roman Town July 10, 2021August 19, 2013 by Barbara Weibel SharePinTweetFlip
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It is a special place for those who love architecture and history.
Did you travel alone in Morocco? If so, did you feel safe there? You and I are about the same age and I am anxious to visit Morocco, but I’m hesitant to go there alone. What’s your advice?
Hi Libbie: Though I was with a tour in Morocco I personally would not hesitate to travel there solo. However, everyone has a different level of comfort about independent travel and I tend to be a very intrepid traveler, so please don’t take this as advice to go there alone. Only you can make that decision.
I don’t remember seeing this archway at Volubilis. It is lovely. I am really enjoying revisiting Morocco through your eyes.
Hi Rhonda: Thanks for your comment, and so glad I could show you something you didn’t see!