Morocco - Volubilis & Todra Gorge, November 2010

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November 26th 2010
Published: December 23rd 2010
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It was a fairly long drive to Volubilis, but a pleasant one because of stunning scenery along the way. We arrived in Volubilis, which is one of Morocco’s best kept Roman ruins where we had a guided tour. Unfortunately the guide was relatively un-interested and wanted to get through it as fast as possible so most people ended up ignoring him. However, the ruins were quite cool and well preserv... Read Full Entry

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20th January 2011

it's been fun to travel along with you - would love to see more of Morocco some day. But I wanted to comment on the mosaics - we found the same thing at Italica outside of Sevilla - 2200 year old mosaics just out in the elements! Italica is a well-maintained site and some of the floors have been moved to the Archaeological museum in Sevilla (I don't know how) but we wondered how long the rest of them would last out there like that. Interesting to see in situ nonetheless. Thanks for sharing your adventures! here's my write-up of Italica:

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