Riad Fez Yamanda
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... carry their younger siblings up the winding streets. Family and friendliness seem to be Fassi values (Fassi being the word to describe a person or people from Fes).
By the time we left the bakers it was well after 1pm and we were ready to sit for a bit and have some lunch. Our guide recommended a place about a 10 minute walk away. It was decorated in Moroccan style, with banquettes (the low wall-long sofa with upholstered cushions and pillows) and colorful aged metal ...
... with a child. Case in point, I went out on my own for the first time to get some water and was offered to get high by some kid. Anyhow time to hit Cafe Clock which has places is both fez and Marrakesh - it reminded me of the place in Puerto Vallarta I like for fish tacos - it's very Americanized and people speak English. The draw for us was to try a camel burger. I will admit that once I saw the menu ...
... but we are on holidays after all. Getting to Achour is about a 40 minute petite taxi drive through the very dry mountains. Achour is a very tiny village, but everyone visits for the river, which is wonderfully cold in the heat of the day. We began walking up the river following a rough path which occasionally involved clambering over rocks and what not. We got about 40 minutes upstream looking for the perfect location to jump in and cool off when we asked some of the ...
... follow anybody around but he was nice enough and we had no clue where we were, so off we went. He would dash up one alleyway, point to something such as a ladies mosque and with much authority say, "Take picture" and we did. So it went for about an hour. We ended up in a cab with him heading over to see the Cave of Hercules before the sunset. We got there just in time, took our photos and were headed back to the Medina. At that point Patrick decided ...
... in 1711. Traveling traders would stop here to rest; animals would be housed on the ground floor with the sleeping quarters on the upper floors. Men provided the belly dancing entertainment and of course, the world’s oldest profession (by women – not men) was available here too. Today the building itself is a museum and it is beautiful enough to stand on its own but within the walls are exhibits of native woods, woodworking tools ...