The dining area was simple, yet elegant.
Despite being the oldest folks there, we were rewarded with a room on the top floor. So, it was up and down a narrow, winding staircase. But, at least we had a nice view out as we exited our room.
Just a short walk from the riad, there was a wonderful overlook of the city. In the bottom image, you can see the wall that encloses the medina on its eastern half; the new city is in the western half. In modern Arabic, medina means city or town.