Riad Hala

156 Derb Lakram Talaa Kebira, Fes, 30110, Morocco | 3 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Romans and Muslims Make Their Marque

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff


Jeff's Impressions:

We hired a car and driver for a day to see some sites close to Fes. Our first stop, the ruins of the beautifully located ancient Roman city of Volubilis, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is unquestionably an exceptional site with beautiful views in all directions. It was inhabited by Romans until about 300 AD when …

Fès - City of Artisans

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff


Mary's Impressions:
Taking the 7 hour train ride from Marrakech to Fès, we left the pink/rose colour buildings of Marrakech to find the city of Fès awash in colours of creams and yellows nestled within the Rif Mountains. Fès was founded in the 9th century and was Morocco's capital for over 400 years before it was moved to Rabat. Fès …

Balek! Balek!

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... been preserved. My Jewish friends will know more about the components of a synagogue so I hope I’m getting this right -- The bihah is wrought iron with Islamic style. The Torah Ark took up an entire wall and was made of carved wood. Lovely…

A short walk to view the 7 Gates of the Royal Palace. The King is here today and we were kept at a distance. The doors are polished with citrus. I don’t have that much bronze ...


A travel blog entry by travellingyak


... of produce, people yelling, children running to and from school and not a few very elderly folk, almost bowled over as they shamble along. The visual impact is overwhelming and the crowded streets make it almost impossible to take photos. Shops sell every type of merchandise imaginable - food, clothing, pottery, confectionery- anything a local or tourist requires is available in the Medina. Keeping ...


A travel blog entry by travellingyak


... the cedar forest where population of Macaque monkeys reside. We then visit a nearby town, where we dine on a half lamb, barbecued and served on a large platter with accompaniments. The food Is delicious but the lamb turns out to be "baby goat"! After lunch we visit a school for the Deaf and find it inspirational. The students perform short items using sign language. Their interpretations of events are very dramatic, ...

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