Riad Maison Bleue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had stayed in the medina that day had some colleagues in Morocco on a work assignment, so they came to dinner as well. One was from London and the other was French-born but lived in the Bay Area in the US for several years and now lives in Senegal. So we had a very international group, with people born on almost every continent represented.
The restaurant we went to was called Dar Tajine and was a private home that was converted into a restaurant on the middle floor of ...
... co travellers aren't real good at keeping good time. We then went to the gates to the royal palace which were really quite gorgeous. We had 2 guides again which was great as our English guide was able to give us heaps of information. When we were leaving we saw soldiers, including the guards in their red, green and white outfits, all arriving & extra police on duty & this was because the king was coming to the palace, which was very exciting ...
... My lasting impression of Fes will be of the children: those in our 'hood and the others who joined Caleb at Bab R'Cif for the daily game of soccer. These children spend most of their day in the darkness of the narrow alleys. They appeared to have no games and I saw no indication of imaginary play. One day, I heard giggling only to find that the youth were amusing themselves by tossing around one of the many stray cats. I was ...
... el-Bali, through the peaceful garden - the 'jardin jnan sbil' into Fes el-Jedid. It took us over half an hour as we had to stop a few times to work out where we were. Once there, we made a 'mint tea' stop, then 'fell into' the tiny old synagogue as the entrance was quite obscure and if not for the fact that there was a sign over the door, we would not have known it was there. Like most of the buildings in Fes, one could climb up onto ...
... like Yorkshire, except that there are mosques.
Fes contains the largest medina in the world, in which we spent four nights. From the train station we took a car to the edge of the medina, where we were met by our host, who led us on a ten minute downhill meander through narrow cobbled passages, including one covered area that went so pitch black that Olivia walked headlong into someone going the other way. By the time we arrived at the house we were ...