Ines Palace

7, Rue Ferrane Bin Laarassi, Meknes, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Meknes

Peanut has a problem!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... and railings and planing timber window frames and shutters.

Already lost, we just kept turning up and down alleyways, coming across something new and interesting at every bend, a cart piled high with sweet smelling strawberries, an old man bent double pulling a hand cart up a hill, a street of smoke which turned out to be a number of charcoal ovens selling food, a jewellery quarter, shoeshiners, numerous shops of cotton reels where ...

Meknes Medina

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... fresh mint and sugar. It was quite sweet but very refreshing. Abdul even bought us some sweets from one of the stalls for us all to share which was pretty nice. We walked back through the open square in the middle of the souks past a snake charmer! He had his fancy flute and pulled a little black snake out of his box and put it on the rug. The snake didn't do much, really, just raised his head and sat watching the man play. After the song, the man just left the snake on ...

Day 19 - Meknes

A travel blog entry by bgill

... i paid for my trip here, i was happy enough. The journey was unremarkable except for the crazy driving as standard, and we arrived in Meknes centre without any problems. Unfortunately the stopping point was not where any of us wanted to be so we got petite taxis and parted ways, me to find the Riad and the girls to the train station. As i have now learned, if a Riad is located in a Medina, there is no access for vehicles so after the short trip to ...

Morocco - Meknes (Volubilis)

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... we fell asleep immediately at least for those 30 minutes.

We were back in Meknes at about 17.30. After having a cheeseburger menu and ice-cream in McDonalds we decided to get to know the town of Meknes a little more. Meknes is said to be Morocco´s third imperial city (together with Marrakech and Fez). We went to the main square (Place el-Hadim) which is very similar to that one in Marrakech, explored local markets that were full of local people - ...

A waiting game

A travel blog entry by twovines


... to watch the countryside rattle past whilst Ian sits back with his sudoku puzzle book. Two more idiosyncrasies of second class vs first are noted: no lights when travelling through tunnels and plenty of hawkers to sell you biscuits, crisps, chocolate and drinks, though most passengers seem to come fully prepared with picnic lunches. We arrive mid afternoon and find our way to our hotel. I am looking forward to a swim as this ...

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This hotel, located on 7, Rue Ferrane Bin Laarassi, Meknes, is near Cascades d'Ouzoud and Paradise beach.
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