Dar KamalChaoui

60 Kaf Rhouni, Fes, 31100, Morocco | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Jan 05, 2014

6 comments, 40 photos

... returned and took us back to our riad, all this for what it would cost to take a cab to the airport back home.

One last tidbit of information, while we were stopped at a train station I got up to use the restroom. Mohammed quickly stopped me and told me to never do that. You should only go when the train is moving because, the toilet is open to the tracks....yikes, how embarrassing would that have been?

Shopping with the ...

The Medina of Fez, Morocco and our Farewell Party

A travel blog entry by nedandholly on Nov 19, 2013

112 photos

... soft gentrification of the Medina as a whole. You can see more and get a feel for the experience at the Medina by viewing this YouYube video, as well as certainly viewing my photos.

There was another buffet lunch at the hotel, and then a number of options presented for the afternoon, with shopping in the Medina as the most popular choice. I met the Palais Jamai front desk manager, Aziz Lemkouem who had assured us of a new room, as our first room ...

A Fezzy Fez from Fes

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Aug 20, 2013

57 photos

... was playing an old pair of scissors like a triangle! Throughout the meal there was a belly dancer that came out and got heaps of people up on stage with her in groups of about four at a time. Darren and Keith (one of the young brothers) were called up with her at one stage and had to go on stage and shake their butts around a bit! They were a few beers in, so they made the most of that!! We got a huge amount of food for mains as well, which we shared across the table! ...

Day 13 Fes

A travel blog entry by lindasarah on Jun 12, 2013

16 photos

... It's quite exhausting and you come away thinking you've been ripped off, which we probably were. Rule of thumb is to aim for a quarter of their original price. For the novices like us, it all just gets too much!!! The Fes Inn where we are staying is ok. Breakfast is pretty ordinary though. No hair dryers in hotels in Morocco which is resulting in some bad hair days for me. Not effecting Ken so much of ...

My African Adventure

A travel blog entry by avangilder on Mar 29, 2013

124 photos

... but Morocco definitely takes the prize. Honestly, I have never felt more like I stick out in my whole life. It was great.
The next day, we continued through Fez, where we saw one of the King's palaces (the biggest one in Morocco, in fact), some great views of the city, and finally headed deep into the Media. Essentially, the Medina is just a huge market place that lies within the "old" Fez. To put things in context, upon entering Fez we were ...

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