Pension Campini

Address: 15 Bis, Rue Campini, Fes, 30030, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15 Bis, Rue Campini, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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        A travel blog entry by halliday on Jul 15, 2015

        10 photos

        ... just about overwhelming and we realised then the air con was working, it was much cooler than outside, it was just struggling to cope.

        The land is so brown looking and dry but everybody says this is normal in Morocco. There were green patches here and there where irrigation was obviously being used and trees and shrubs weren't looking overly stressed but it is sooo.. hot.

        Paris Weeks 4-6 (apparently)

        A travel blog entry by hendricksone on May 03, 2015

        97 photos

        ... lived, so many criticized its construction on the grounds that it was bourgeois: no working immigrant Muslim could actually spare the time to hoof over. But after its construction and during the struggles for decolonization, the Mosque became a hotspot for nationalist organizing, and during WWII it served as a refuge from Jews hiding from the Nazis. Probably my favorite place in Paris so far.

        Wednesday we went to the famous Olympia, a music hall. We saw Black M, ...

        Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

        A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

        23 photos

        ... had stayed in the medina that day had some colleagues in Morocco on a work assignment, so they came to dinner as well. One was from London and the other was French-born but lived in the Bay Area in the US for several years and now lives in Senegal. So we had a very international group, with people born on almost every continent represented.

        The restaurant we went to was called Dar Tajine and was a private home that was converted into a restaurant on the middle floor of ...

        Morocco 3

        A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Nov 03, 2014

        4 photos

        ... for us. We all are laughing at Mr Soussi though it is all really very funny. Our hotel here was entered in very high expectations as it had 5 stars on it & the entry foyer has a fountain, sometimes a man sitting on a low seat pouring tea for people & many sofas & chairs set around. But the lift was really interesting & I have taken to going up 3 flights of stairs - yes I am actually choosing to go up stairs! The room is ok but I ...

        Ancient Civilisations More Advanced Than India

        A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 23, 2014

        4 comments, 24 photos

        ... truly unique. We entered the home of a local family, part of it having been converted to a restaurant. The roof and walls were, and I know this is cliché, a riot of colours and patterns. Everything was panelled in carved wood and painted in bright reds, blues and yellows. An ornate chandelier hung from the ceiling, but if this give the impression of a ballroom sized dining room then squash it. We were sitting cross legged on cushions in a room just large enough to ...