Dar el Bali

46, Derb Tadlaa, Fes, 30000, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fes


A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


... any meal that is prepared in a gourmet kitchen.

Even though Aolia and Fatima did not speak much English the language of food and its preparation was easy to understand. Just like a recipe, we threw in a pinch of French, a heaping handful of pantomime with a side of laughter and we were able to learn not only recipes but more important, we learned about the similarity of women and their need to connect with each other. We walked away with lots ...

A travel day - Petra to Wadi Rum to Fez, Morocco

A travel blog entry by nedandholly


... to Fez, Morocco. Our crew was dressed in festive Arabian garb, and they once again did a great job, pampering to our every desire, as we flew on to Fez, the last stop in our journey. Theresa had us laughing as you will see in the photos how she positioned her dessert plate for easy consumption. UVA Professor Fred Diehl and Dartmouth's Ron Green gave us great lectures on "Life in the Desert" and " The Islamic ...

Medina Madness

A travel blog entry by jj3101


... pleased that a whole afternoon of activities including a guide specialising in the medina had been planned for us. With over 9800 alleys we were more than happy to pay someone to ensure we didn't get lost in the depths forever. Our afternoon included visits to the old and new parts of Fes including the history and current policitical situations. The medina visit was truely an experience that could not be adequately described in words. To top off what had already been ...


A travel blog entry by deirjohn


... the lunch stop was a bit dubious. There are cats and kittens everywhere here but they are all in very poor condition. Arrived in Fez early evening, had a lovely buffet dinner and a short walk before crashing - lights out, no-one home. Some of the others who went out walking earlier than us saw a procession of 100 weddings. These were all poor couples and the governor ( I think) pays for ...

Delving into the Traditional

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel


We departed Casablanca bright and early this morning, visiting 2 main places, Meknes and Volubilis, ancient Roman ruins. Meknes is one of the 4 imperial cities, and about a 4 hour drive from Casablanca. We followed the Atlantic a bit before turning inland.

As we drove along the green countryside, the modern part of the city faded away as we slowly got into the traditional that we all thought, people with donkeys, medinas ...


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