Dar Hala

Address: Medina, Fez Old Town, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Medina, Fez Old Town, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Fes, Fes hats and all about UNESCO

A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 19, 2015

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... good if it had been hot – which makes it even more frustrating!

After another good night’s sleep I was feeling nearly myself – so we went out for a wander again. This time we found ourselves (without help) near the Tannery, so I wanted to see what I missed the day before. This time, I was ready. I can say “No, thank you”, with my best smile, tilt of the head, and offer “I really don’t have the money and ...

Chefs du Jour

A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 18, 2014

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... far into the city. I was glad that we were staying in the medina and getting to see the parts of it that were more true to the Fassi way of life.

We went back to the dar and sat and enjoyed a cup of tea. Several in the group wanted to go and do some shopping, since it was our last afternoon in Fes. I was beat and not up to do all the looking and negotiating required to shop, so I staying in and read my book while the rest of the girls went shopping. Karim had ...

Faux Guides Suck

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Aug 05, 2014

... got up to the top of the tannery for a view of the Medina. There stood "The Guardian." "Guardian of WHAT?" I thought to myself as I looked through the gate at sort of shanty looking buildings. I had to pay him 10 Dh to go through. Hunter and I confirmed with either each other later that neither of us wanted to continue. But we did.

It smelled back there too. The shanty buildings were workshops. There were some men making musical instruments using the animal skins. Around ...

Morocco part 1: Fes

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 09, 2014

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... by aggressive touts to get you to buy stuff. We knew that Moroccan salesmanship is aggressive. However that didn't necessarily prepare us for it. Our medina excursion was exhausting as the collective weight of 6hrs of continuous konichiwa'ing and fending off Moroccan touts took its toll. Some encounters in the medina: - when I threw thrash in a bin on the street, a shopkeeper demanded to be paid 100 dirhams (23USD). I ignored him, but kept bumping into him ...

Meknes & Volubilis: The Beautiful People Go to Fes

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 15, 2014

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... plots of land were tended by horse drawn ploughs and farmers plodding wearily beside them. I wondered why the horses were so painfully thin as after all, there appeared to be plenty of green pasture. I tried not to think about it.

The outside temperature was rising and in no time it had soared from 32 degrees at Rabat to a whopping 42 degrees Centigrade. Mohammed kept the car windows open and as the scorching wind blasted us, I thought silently ...

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