Daily Itinerary:
Day 1  & 2.   Thurs. & Fri, Nov. 8th & 9th      New York City
Fly to New York City for a two-night stay in Midtown Manhattan and to take in the city’s highlights. There is time for an optional Broadway performance. 
Day 3 & 4.   Sat. & Sun. Nov. 10th & 11th         To Morocco
Get in some final New York City sightseeing before flying to Casablanca, Morocco, then travel to Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, for an overnight stay at the Le Diwan Rabat Hotel.
Day 5
Monday, Nov. 12th          Rabat & Fez                                     (B)
Tour Rabat, viewing the Royal Palace, the medieval tombs of Chellah, and the Oudaya Kasbah. En route to Fez, stop to see the wonderfully preserved original Roman mosaics at the ancient ruins of Volubilis. Arrive in Fez for a two-night stay at the Fes Marriott Hotel Jnan Palace.
Day 6
Tuesday, Nov. 13th         Ancient Fez                                                            (B, L, D) 
Explore Fez, famous for Bali Medina, a maze of workshops, stores and homes. Strolling through this unique neighborhood is sure to be a trip highlight. View the exterior of the Royal Palace and walk through the Jewish quarter. This evening, enjoy dinner hosted by a local family where you will learn Moroccan culture and traditions.

Day 7
Wednesday, Nov. 14th          Marrakesh                                                       (B)
Depart for Marrakesh on a day-long journey taking you through the ever-changing landscape of the Moroccan 
valleys and Atlas Mountains along the way. Stay two nights at the Movenpick Hotel Mansour Eddahbi Marrakesh. 
Day 8
Thursday, Nov. 15th            Marrakesh                                                                            (B, L, D) 
Begin at the beautiful Bahia Palace, and then Djemaa el Fna Square, the lively city center. Enjoy a cooking demonstration before strolling through the Majorelle Botanical Gardens, inspired by French artists. Tonight, dinner with music and belly dancing. 
Day 9 Friday, Nov. 16th                         Casablanca                             (B, D) 
In Casablanca, view the exterior of the Hassan II Mosque, Morocco’s largest, and take in the beautiful Corniche seaside. Enter the French-influenced Habous quarter and the catholic cathedral serving Morocco’s catholic community. 
Day 10
Saturday, Nov. 17th                    Homeward Bound                                                      (B)
Fly to New York City, then San Francisco, returning via motorcoach to San Joaquin County.

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