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

    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 ...

    The Medina (Old City)

    A travel blog entry by dles3222 on May 26, 2015

    15 photos

    ... Apparently behind the doors they can be very sumptuous - they do not want to show wealth. Although the really wealthy ones move into the new town area.
    Next we visit a fortress from the 16th Century perched high on a hill overlooking Fes. Its a very good lookout. You can see the Kings Palace, the new town, the Medina (in the valley) and a large part of the Medina walls. there re 50 km of ramparts around the Medina.
    We visit the Art School of Pottery and Ceramics. ...

    Hasta luega, España

    A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 19, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... were only two places to see the real quality flamenco. One venue was just around the corner, so we booked the 7pm show. A small, intimate space, holding around perhaps 50 or sixty of us, pressed tight with the stage which itself was about the size of a living room. As we waited, we watched a flamenco class for young girls next door through glass, the Sevilla equivalent of our jazz-tap, I guess. The teacher was patient but demanding, teaching the statuesque hand and head ...

    Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

    A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

    23 photos

    ... focused on the differences in design elements between the two peoples. Also, this was the first time I put together the concept of a Berber carpet with the Berber people. They are known for the hand woven distinctive knotted carpet that people come from all over to buy.

    At the pottery shop, as we made selections of things to look at or buy, the workers would point out to us if it was a Berber design or an Arab design. Given my love of symmetry and clean lines, the ...

    And the journey begins...

    A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Sep 17, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... that was a big mistake. I wandered around asking people if they speak English, and while some were helpful, I spent a lot of time looking dumb listening to people try to help me. So, I spent most of my layover in Paris trying to learn some basic French. This is going to take some serious practice, especially considering that in Morocco, some people MIGHT speak French, but most speak Arabic. Parles vouz Franšais? Because I don't...

    My flight to Fez ...