Didn't sleep in as planned, mainly because of our room being located adjacent to the very loud lobby. Marian and I went and enjoyed a good cup of coffee at a very swank cafe (Jen & James had gone off for more OJ, while her James was in bed not feeling well). Had a few glasses of orange juice (actually I think I had nine over the course of the day, it is so good, and so cheap! Only ~20 cents a glass). Did some shopping and exploring in the souqs. The final prices here seem better than Fés and Meknés, but you have to bargain very hard. Examples: A cedar box 300 to 37; an antique Koran box 900 to 300 (I wanted 250 and walked away from this one); etc.
Met up with the rest of the gang and headed for the new town for the internet cafe. It was crowded and we had to wait quite a while. I couldn't get my journal to upload, so I'll probably go back tomorrow or the next day.
For diner we all walked around the Place Djemaa el-Fna and looked at the food booths. A lot of things looked delicious, but the many booths selling roasted goat's head (whole), mounds of snails, a few different kinds of brains (also whole), tripe, and other scary things had us a little green. That plus James' sensitive stomach sent us to Pizza Hut. So much for culture.