Riad El Ma

4, derb Sidi Besri, Meknes, 50000, Morocco | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Meknes

The Sultan's Slaves Built Meknes

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... of the impressive size. Sultan Moulay Ismail's army was called the Black Guard and consisted of 150,000 black tribesmen brought to Morocco from sub-Saharan Africa. Starting as indentured servants, when one was selected to be in the guard, they'd receive wages and be allowed to have wives who were provided as well, so that the resulting children would enter the army too. Their loyalty was the key to the Sultan holding ...

Peanut has a problem!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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Just in case you are wondering who the hell Peanut is, we renamed our van when we were at Bonterrapark in Benicassim. Seeing it parked amongst the multitude of giant motorhomes and struggling to find it on several occasions, we felt that "Peanut" was way more appropriate as a nickname.

So to our journey from Moulay Bousselham to Moulay Idriss, we had company for too much of the way, not company that we had sought nor company ...

Foothills of the Rif Mountains

A travel blog entry by cahoward

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... for heads of departments so he is far more influential than the English monarchy. Graffiti is not dissimilar in Meknes. More paved roads than India. Carnival in the town similar to ours. The first stop was Volubulis, a roman ruin of great proportion, then the Moulay Ismail mausoleum....he, the king, had 500 concubines and 800 children. And he had time for wars! We ended the day belly dancing at Palais Jamal. Great day. ...

Roman the Ruins

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92

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... screwed things up and installed Western throughout Morocco. I would have to hope there was a squat toilet elsewhere in this country.

Disappointed, I met my guide, Rashid, and we headed off down the hill towards the ruins. Now Rashid was a very talkative fellow who apparently loved cliches. “Older than dirt” seemed to be a favorite. Nevertheless, his English was excellent and he clearly had a passion for the site and the history. Volubilis was pretty ...

Meknes Medina

A travel blog entry by kyajade

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... like little stools. It was very cool down there! After that we headed back up and went into the medina to check out the souks. We walked through all these tiny little alleyways that were absolutely packed with people, past all kinds of markets selling all kinds of things. We saw a shop that made and sold traditional kaftans for ceremonies and were told all about how they were made and the materials they used. After that we went to the closed souks where all the food ...

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This B&B, located on 4, derb Sidi Besri, Meknes, is near Cascades d'Ouzoud and Paradise beach.
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