Dar Anebar

Address: 15 derb Meter Zenjfour Fes Medina, Fes, 30110, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 15 derb Meter Zenjfour Fes Medina, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    Travel Blogs from Fes

    Fes is very dusty!

    A travel blog entry by alandyabroad on Jul 12, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... in her dealings with buying property. Apparently, the Berbers are the most trustworthy. When she bought a property (before the Riad),the woman she was buying from agreed the price on a handshake, even though Caroline explained that she wasn't able to pay for 2 months... And then when Caroline forgot to factor in the notary (solicitors) fees, the seller lent her the money so the deal could go through!


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    Meandering through the medina

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 24, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... there are some nine thousand of them in the old city) that would prove all but impassible for many an obese western tourist. Within these narrow paths in the shadow of the buildings rising to meet overhead bustled life: shops traded leather goods, metalware, clothing and all matter of food (see the camel head photo); beggars mingle with traders, shoppers and those in a Ramadan-induced state of semi-repose; and amid the press surged donkeys and carts loaded ...

    Handy Crafts and Hilly Roads

    A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 16, 2014

    29 photos

    ... room with a large oven and a man putting the dough into and pulling the bread out of the oven. The way it works is that in each neighborhood there is a baker. Each family makes their own dough and the children of the family bring it down to the baker to bake on their way to school. On the way back, the child picks up the bread and brings it home for the family to eat. The baker knows which family brought which dough by the type of dough. We watched the baker with his large ...

    Fez Sightings (and we're not talking hats)

    A travel blog entry by wareameye on Nov 09, 2014

    24 photos

    ... taken up by donkeys laden with goods, forcing you to hug the walls to avoid being knocked over.

    Without a guide, a newcomer is merely flotsam and jetsam moving on a sea of humanity. We hire an assistant guide to walk at the back of our group to watch after us and make sure we don't get separated. Pause to take a photo or to admire something in a shop, and you quickly understand ...

    Morocco. A seat by the window, please.

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Aug 08, 2014

    7 comments, 7 photos

    ... take it all in. From the bus stop Mette, my new Norwegian friend, and I joined up with 2 lovely Spanish guys we'd met on a bus and caught a taxi up to the town and the taxi driver was kind of an ******* and didn't really take us were we asked so we had to wander about a bit and rely on the kindness of locals to find the hostel. When we arrived at the hostel I had booked (hoping there were 3 spare beds) we fully expected that the local who'd shown us there to put his hand out for a ...