The care, nurturing, and respect of nature adds an element that is unparalelled.
The entrance of the Palace has only native plant life that can withstand the heat and direct sun
The threshold to the garden looks like a painting.
pathways that lead to gardens
A slight view of the lap pool
Henna painted hand, labradorite on the wrist, I couldn’t help but touch this buoyant plant. It was my first time seeing an asparagus fern.
outdoor alleyway with marble seating
From the veranda, the Atlas Mountains are a steady presence.
These marble benches were crafted by the descendants of the family who built the Taj Mahal. There were several throughout the grounds.
There goes that seating arrangement again!
The mausoleum where Claudio Bravo is buried. This is what he was designing when he made his transition.
Inside the mausoleum are glass cabinets line the walls filled with glass and pottery vessels and paintings by Claudio Bravo of the same subject matter.
If you ever hear I ran away from home, I venture to guess, you could find me here. Thank you, for sharing this journey with me.