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Travel Blogs from Meknes
Saturday we slept in and leisurely packed our things for our train ride to Meknes. After checking out of our room we stopped by a little pastry shop we had eaten at the day before and had some right out of the oven goodies. After that we walked to the train station and caught our train (which was again at a different track than listed on the …
Arrived in Meknes at 12:30am.Not good given I had to find somewhere to sleep.Had hoped to arrive before 12am and was pretty sure I would find the place open. Luckily it was still open when I arrived. Found it didnt closed its doors til 1am (which was close) so definately dont want to rockup this late somewhere without a reservation again.
... to the place and decided to make it the most beautiful city in Morocco, so the medina was added, Arabic for town or city. Once he had slapped massive defensive walls around everything with nine monumental and utterly beautiful gates, he declared the city the capital of Morocco! In 1996, UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site!
Imagine a mosque and multiply by 25, then add 10 hammans (public baths), over 30 inns, hundreds of houses and ...
... the way to the train station, it had cost me 10MD but on the way back, he tried to charge me 30MD. I hate it when they try to charge more because they think you are just some stupid tourist! The sanctuary of the Riad was a welcome relief along with a bottle of ice cold water. A nice shower and a shave topped it off well then i was ready to head out. With these old/new cities, there is an old part and a new part surprisingly! The old part is made up of the ...
Soon I reach the edge of Meknes and the road continues down the steep hillside where I’m welcomed by a view of a vast, lush green valley below. This hardly seems like the same country as the desert I was in yesterday. This is Morocco’s agricultural heartland and it looks like there’s been plenty of rain here this year, unlike across the mountains.
But it’s not just the scenery ...
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Other places to stay in Meknes
Tiberbarine, Ancienne Medina Meknes, Meknes | Hotelfrom $32
79, Ksar Chaacha-Dar Lakbira, Meknes | Hotelfrom $57
20 db Lalla Sti Hennou, Meknes | 2 star hotelfrom $42
32 Derb Moulay Ahmed Chebli, Meknes | Hotelfrom $23
20 Rue Lalla Aicha Adouya, Meknes | Hotelfrom $22
25 derb Lakhouaja, Meknes | Hotelfrom $30
15 rue Arrazi, Meknes | Hotelfrom $38