Dar Bouanania

Address: \N, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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        Travel Blogs from Fes

        Arabic Lessons Abroad

        A travel blog entry by poram on Jun 09, 2015

        15 photos

        Arabic in Morocco? Why not in Saudi Arabia - I live there? Because I want to!...And the language institute is affiliated with my alma mater, the University of Minnesota. Also, it's not the KSA and I'm on vacation!

        All the same these pictures of the American Language Institute in Fes (ALIF) is where I spent 90% of my time while there. Studying languages takes a lot of ...

        Paris Weeks 4-6 (apparently)

        A travel blog entry by hendricksone on May 03, 2015

        97 photos

        ... the neighborhood within the ancient city walls) and the casbah (the shoreside castle where the king used to live and defend the city from pirates). We took a 'survival Arabic’ class that consisted of three grueling hours of learning how to say "my name is Ed," “I am from the United States,” “I am a student,” “It’s nice to meet you,” and “Thanks.” Hardly tools for survival, I did most of my haggling in a mélange ...

        Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

        A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

        23 photos

        ... along. We had a great dinner, explaining our adventures of the day and learning more about our new friends. We finished the meal with fruit, pastries and mint tea. By the time we finished I could barely keep my eyes open and everyone else seemed equally exhausted, so we followed the 8-year old back up the hill to our Dar. We had a cooking class scheduled for 10am the next morning up in the food souk, so we turned in by 11pm. I feel quickly into a deep sleep, dreaming of ruins and hills and bargaining over a vase.


        O what a day!

        A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 30, 2014

        2 comments, 13 photos

        ... protect the city, it was such a nice view, and amazing to really see how big the Fez medina really is. Next we went to a traditional pottery and mosaic making factory, it was really interesting to watch them forming the dishes, tagines and mosaic pieces totally by hand. The show room had some beautiful pieces of pottery inlaid with silver and jewels, we couldn't help ourselves and bought a tagine (which was an impulse buy but who cares). Now it was time for the main attraction ...

        We Survived

        A travel blog entry by nwegscheid on May 13, 2014

        5 photos

        ... cheap. Our meal was 3 courses later that night and only cost us around $4 each.
        The next morning we hopped in a "taxi" around 8 am and headed out to the Sahara desert. I swear we almost got trafficked but thankfully we survived the trip. About mid afternoon we started to see the dunes on the horizon. We took our backpack of supplies and hopped on the camels for an hour and a half into ...