For dinner we went across Djemma El-Fna to Narwana, a thai restaurant. After lead through some small pathways we entered a huge hall with plenty space to sit.
After a nice breakfast we went by taxi to Jardin Majorelle. Mr. Majorelle created this garden which was revamped by Yves Saint Laurent and is now maintained by Fondation Pierre Bergé. The clean and nice garden area mostly shows off cactuses and palm trees.
Entrance fee is 50d to the garden and to the Berber museum additional 25d. The museum exhibits clothing and items of daily use like cloth making tools, boxes and honey bee tools.
At the little café inside the park zip on a small Jus Majorelle to freshen up.
Mosque that was never built.
Just over the street Cafe El Koutoubia. Deux eau minérale (2x 9d) et un café au lait (12d).
In the south we went to the rooftop of a nice loungy restaurant called Kosybar to have a top view of a small market place: