On this very drizzly, lazy Sunday morning my little guy is watching some Disney channel. I thought a little armchair travel was in order for myself. One of my favourite places to go is i-escape.
Their search engine brought up over 200 gorgeous, young-kid-friendly accommodations ... from around the world.
And then I honed in on Morocco...
Kasbah Ellouze: "A stylishly converted kasbah in the Atlas foothills an area of biblically beautiful scenery."
Riad Ariha: "Beautifully restored budget riad, a wonderful blend of ancient craftsmanship and modern Zen-chic, right in the medina."
Dar Roumana: "A prime position, friendly young owners, rooftop dinners and elegantly ornate rooms in Fes’ vast medina"
What I love about i-escape: They clearly have a lot of talented cool hunters in their camp. And I fully appreciate their balanced reviews; giving a realistic picture of what the place is like. I also like to read each entry's "kid policy" which speaks volumes on how kid-friendly the place is.
We probably won't be going any farther than Disneyland this year, if that. So, I'm just dreaming.