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


... the riad, luckily we had someone to show us the way back or else we'd still be wandering around.

A Muslim, a Buddhist and three Catholics in a train car

No, it's not the beginning of some joke, it's the beginning of our trip to Fez. We had first class tickets to Fez and were in a train car with Mohammed and Junko. Junko was from Tokyo and going to Fez for the day after just arriving in Tangier the night before. Her time was limited ...

The Medina of Fez, Morocco and our Farewell Party

A travel blog entry by nedandholly


... Michael, stopped and bought bread at a number of the great smelling bakeries that lined these alleys. A generous hunk of fresh bread cost 12 cents and Michael was kind enough to offer everyone a piece to try. The smells of the Medina were varied, from the wonderful freshly baked bread, to the pungent meat markets to the stinky tannery, where apparently pigeon poop is used in the tannery process. One of our experts on the trip, Ron Green from Dartmouth ...

A Fezzy Fez from Fes

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... 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! ...

Desert country and Fabulous Fes

A travel blog entry by psing

... about them. Houses are flat roofed and made of a rendered besser brick with steel reinforcement protruding from the top of the walls. There's a mosque and often a Kasbah. And, of course, there are numerous cafes' offering heavily spiced and mouth - watering tajine; a dish of vegetables and meat cooked very slowly in an earthenware pot sometimes with couscous. Many houses seem to be incomplete and we were reliably informed that it's to do with the fact that tax ...

Our last stop in Morocco

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... at if I paid him 50 Dirhams (5 $). After a bit of negotiating we settled for 30 Dirhams. True to his promise he got us to Europcar and then organised his brother (a tourguide) to lead us to the riad in the hope that he would get business from us. After a few discussions we got through to him that we were not interrested in a guide.The reception at the riad was very friendly. They actually had a bloke out looking for us as they were expecting us. The riad is ...


This hotel, located on 46, Derb Tadlaa, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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