Riad El Amine Fes

Address: 94, 96 Bouajjar Bab Jdid Rcif, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 94, 96 Bouajjar Bab Jdid Rcif, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Riad El Amine Fes

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Travel Blogs from Fes

Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

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... with large banquette booths and the upholstery of each table was of a of different brocade design. The service was wonderful and we again started with Moroccan salads before being served lamb tajines and vegetable pastille for the vegetarians. We were so hungry that we descended upon the food and actually requested seconds of some of the salads, which was the first time we had finished a dish so far in Morocco. All the walking and the late hour of the dinner had helped ...

Not in Kansas Anymore

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 16, 2014

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... one week in a very contained area where I could really study the children.  I saw boredom and mischievousness and bullying but I saw very little genuine fun. Caleb pulled out his Rainbow Loom set on the last night.  I knew this would be novel to the local children as I hadn't seen any of the elastic bands anywhere in the souks.  We began to make bracelets with the football regulars (Sofien, "The Italian", "toothpick boy", ...

Mastering the Medina and Hammam Time

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 13, 2014

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... two sets of doors. We were in a fairly spacious tiled room that felt like a steam room but was not too hot. That said, Caleb immediately said that it was too hot and was a bit uncomfortable. Totally understood as ones first time breathing in a steam room is a new experience. I told Caleb that this is what it was like for the World Cup players who had games in the Amazon. We spoke about breathing normally and looked how our arms were becoming sweaty just standing there. ...

New "old town" - Fes el-Jedid

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Apr 29, 2014

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... new "old town" Fes el-Jedid. This included the Jewish quarter 'Mellah'. The name comes from the Arab word for salt because of the tradition for jews to put salt on captured bandits' heads (tho' this is possibly a myth)! The third area is the modern new town where most of the population reside.

After a long and lazy breakfast, we left the riad to explore the Jewish quarter (Mellah). To do this, we walked out the Blue Gate ...

Haggling like a Berber

A travel blog entry by eyre on Feb 09, 2014

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... anything - ANYTHING! - onto you.

A second mistake, apart from tackling any customer that merely glances at your wares - this only makes them run away faster - is to focus completely on the first thing they look at. "You like the blue handbag? I also have black handbag! Or green handbag! Or yellow handbag!" I might also be interested in the backpack, but because of all the unwanted attention, I just want to run away!

There you go... a couple of free tips from a weary shopper!
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