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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... was like nothing else I've ever seen or experienced before and I tried to sit and absorb this completely new experience. Because we were on the second floor of our dar we didn't hear the before sunrise prayers any of the days that we were in Fes, but those on the third floor could hear then just before sunrise every morning.
Sitting on the terrace at sunset would have been a perfect time to enjoy a glass of wine with the girls. But, as we found out when we arrived, ...
... the door I met a man of about 55-50 with a long black and grey bears, thick black rim glasses and with only one good eye to see from. I asked if he was abdessalam and he replied 'hammam'. He seemed harmless enough so we were on our way. He led us in and around the paths with lots of turns and greeted a good number of people both young and old - I took that as a good sign that he was a true local. He could speak a bit of French but not enough for any true dialogues. ...
... the bus ride at all as I slept through most of it, but this bus was air conditioned which was wonderful as it was a 5 ½ hour bus ride. When I got off the bus I had to take a little taxi to get close to the Riad I had booked. The taxi driver was very keen to sell me his skills as a guide around the medina which is notorious for being a maze you can be lost in for hours but I wasn't particularly keen and as such he dropped his price to a third of the starting offer before I gave ...
... 1.428571em;">Discovered a serene park on the outskirts of the Medina and enjoyed a short reprieve from the chaos.
... waiters rushed around to move a table to fit us in we received all sorts of advice about what to eat. Three salads...no too much, just order one...two arrived because they decided one was not enough. The owner, Mohammed call me Mario, came by to chat with us and tell us stories about Tangier in its heyday. When we informed him we were going to Fez he told us it's a very traditional place, there is no place for "fun" there. Uh oh....spoiler alert, ...