Travel Blogs from Fes, Morocco

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Fes (the city...not the hat), Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes (the city...not the hat)

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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... ride, but we learned a very important lesson in that short amount of time; never buy second-class train tickets in Morocco! Unlike first-class tickets that have reserved seats, they sell an unlimited number of second-class tickets for any given train. ...

Welcome to Morocco!, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Welcome to Morocco!

A travel blog entry by philthy

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... to London. So, after a brief stopover in Malaga we were off to Melilla and possibly all the way to Fes, depending on how travel in Morocco was. The ferry was overnight and not all that restful. We arrived bleary-eyed in Melilla, still a Spanish ...

Fes, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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Final choice green photo, Fes, Morocco, United States travel blog

Final choice green photo

A travel blog entry by mimmik

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so this is the final pic i chose for the LP thorn tree december photo contest. to see a larger version of the pic just click on the thumbnail of it in the gallery above... and to see the other green pics i decided not to use, go to the previous ...

Fez - Chaotic, Mesmerizing and Annoying, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fez - Chaotic, Mesmerizing and Annoying

A travel blog entry by tavini

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... out of this fairly well; the whole thing left a bad taste in our mouths. So far; this fits in with our experience of Morocco: the first impression is rather bad, then we grow to find the place very interesting and even somewhat pleasurable, only to end up ...

Medinas, masoleums, mosques......., Meknes and Fes, Morocco travel blog

Medinas, masoleums, mosques.......

A travel blog entry by mhaebich

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... same place for dinner, another pretty early night.... Fes - another easy train ride, beautiful rural setting...train travel in morocco really is very cruisey. - also an imperial city of morocco; probably the biggest in fact. - big of a trek ...

Fes, Morocco - our final city, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes, Morocco - our final city

A travel blog entry by suenson_taylors

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It's Ramadan, it’s boiling hot and we’ve made it as far as Fes in Morocco. The easiest way to get here from Zanzibar would have been to fly into Europe and then back out again, but that seemed gutless. The hardest way would have been tow walk ...

Weird vibes and Azimut, the guide, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Weird vibes and Azimut, the guide

A travel blog entry by gr8escape

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Exploring Fes's Medina, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Exploring Fes's Medina

A travel blog entry by shanewilson

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... is to embrace everyone like a brother or sister... to love everyone. I have definitely been on the receiving end here in Morocco and I am happy to say that this destination beats any and all of the western places I've ever visited... In terms of the ...

The Best of the Moroccan Cities We Visited, Fes, Morocco travel blog

The Best of the Moroccan Cities We Visited

A travel blog entry by shyoungstr

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... the next three days, had provided very explicit directions upon arrival. It appears my sport of haggling is not applicable here in Fes; the taxis actually run on meters. The driver dropped us off at the fountain near Hotel Bahta as directed. Richard used ...

We finally left rabat on the 8th dec and ..., Fes, Morocco travel blog

We finally left rabat on the 8th dec and ...

A travel blog entry by kevandsian

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... call to prayer was so noisy it was unbelievable. All in all we found Casablanca to be fairly unremarkable. As the largest city in Morocco it was modern (at least by Moroccan standards) and didn't have much of an atmosphere to the place. We did the ...

Volubilis and Fes., Fes, Morocco travel blog

Volubilis and Fes.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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... it all day. The alternative of taxis for our Fes touring worked very well and we were taken to various artisans workshops around Fes before commencing a guided tour of the Medina. We definitely needed our wonderful guide as the Fes Medina has some 9,000 ...

Magical Morocco, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Magical Morocco

A travel blog entry by edmondbina

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... robes and the women wore either a head scarf, or full on coverings showing only their eyes. But this is why I came to Morocco, to experience something completely different, and I knew I made the right choice. When we arrived to our hotel (they ...

Imperial City, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Imperial City

A travel blog entry by hildreth75

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... are the indigenous people of North Africa. 70% of Moroccans have Berber in them. Most of the successful people in Morocco have their start in Fes. What we heard about Fes was that the Medina was huge and confusing and that the people here would hassle ...

A Day with Thami and a Lesson in Negotiating, Fes, Morocco travel blog

A Day with Thami and a Lesson in Negotiating

A travel blog entry by shyoungstr

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... signs, he led us straight to the rug dealer. Warmed up to negotiate, I had a field day here. Lowell had come to Morocco with hopes of bringing back a rug for his den, although after our experience in Marrakech with laughable prices, I wasn’t ...

A Cooking Class in Fes, Fes, Morocco travel blog

A Cooking Class in Fes

A travel blog entry by shyoungstr

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If you recall I compared cooking is for Lowell as porn is for most men. To fulfill this need we organized a cooking class for today. We awoke at 8:00AM to a delicious breakfast of fresh OJ, pancake/crepe with honey, muesli and fresh bottled yogurt. ...

Fes, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes

A travel blog entry by jag

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Fes was an extraordinary place to lost amongst the hillside bazaars, workshops, restaurants, mosques, markets, schools and dye pits inside the medina of Fez El Bali that acts as a giant labyrinth. At first we were content at making our way cautiously ...

Fes for the weekend, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes for the weekend

A travel blog entry by soulflexin

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Went to Fes for the weekend to pick up Steve's friends who are studying in Rome and Sadie's cousins from Cambodia. Hung out in the medina, ate, drank, a usual trip to the 1200 year old city (this year! Happy birthday ...

fez ***, Fes, Morocco travel blog

fez ***

A travel blog entry by loelai

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Aug 28, 2009, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Aug 28, 2009

A travel blog entry by romaandgrant

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Eventful weekend, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Eventful weekend

A travel blog entry by soulflexin

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... states...in north africa...and you're eating at McDonalds..." well yes but only because it is a completely different culture being in Morocco and Macky D's here is THE cool place to hang out and eat, apparently especially on saturday nights. All of the ...

The Fes Market, Fes, Morocco travel blog

The Fes Market

A travel blog entry by peillsonwheels

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... closest to her home. We stepped out of our comfy riad and entered the maze. This is the old city -- old medina -- of Fes, where 9,000 streets (often about 6 feet wide and without cars) run between the building walls and the supports put in to preserve ...

Suffocating, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Suffocating

A travel blog entry by pwong

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... Surprisingly, we managed to find our way around without too much issue; perhaps we are getting slightly used to navigating Morocco's crazy medinas. Of course, the guidebook's walking tour lays everything out very nicely, making it a little harder to ...

Fes, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes

A travel blog entry by natecropp

... was impressed. He explained how his brother lived in the LA and we began talking about the differences between the states and Morocco. Khalid explained that his brother was not all that comfortable in LA, because the people are always in a hurry. ...

A grave mistake, Fes, Morocco travel blog

A grave mistake

A travel blog entry by twovines

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... is at our end! OK all sorted and contact made! The guide book tells us there are some derelict tombs near a forest with fine views of Fes. Its definitely worth the climb it tells us. We need to look out for rows of white graves, we cannot miss it. We head ...

Getting Lost in the Medina, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Getting Lost in the Medina

A travel blog entry by danielpeach

Aggressive tour guide Third story penthouse Medina Portuguese traveler Trying to opt out of the third night Aggressive kids Drinks at Le Bar des ...

Back from Morocco, Fez, Morocco travel blog

Back from Morocco

A travel blog entry by gymwhite

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... : Well since I've contacted you last we've done our third continent in four days. On Monday we left southern Spain for Morocco. The fast boats weren't running because the winds were horrific and the water was rough. We arrived in Tangier and got right ...

3 days trip to the Sahra, Fes, Morocco travel blog

3 days trip to the Sahra

A travel blog entry by kusa

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zuerst mal nur fotos, da ich keine Geduld habe auf diesen bloeden Tastaturen lange Texte zu ...

Fes, Morocco, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Fes, Morocco

A travel blog entry by cleo2471

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...  for handicrafts - everything from leather goods to scarves, woodworking and carpets.  There is an art to shopping in Morocco and haggling is expected.  We had to learn as we went, but fortunately our guide helped us out.  ...

Back 'home' in Fes, Fes, Morocco travel blog

Back 'home' in Fes

A travel blog entry by papayaprincess

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After a rigourous and wonderful sleep deprived weekend, I am back to the student life and my apartment in Fes...My hours are once again consumed by tests, homework and cue cards laden with vocabulary... It's a wild ...

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