Riad lalla fatima

19 Arset el hammoumi, Fes, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Days 131-136: Morocco's Fes, Chefchaouen & Tangier

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... very excited about visiting another Amsterdam. (I lost the paper scissors rock war with Dave, otherwise we would have forfeited our prepaid accommodation and gone instead to the Sahara desert, only a 14 hour drive away). However, I was pleasantly surprised when arriving, to find it didn't look or feel like that in any way, or at least in the medina where we were staying. I knew we would have been told to come here for good reason, and that reason is the medina ...


A travel blog entry by travelinglisa


... too limited to be useful, so there was a lot of sign language going on, but it all worked out. First I stripped to my underwear and laid on a table where I got hosed down. Next she lathered me up with black argan soap and left me there to soak it up for about 5 minutes. Then she came back with an abrasive scrubbing mitt and exfoliated me almost to the point of drawing blood. Ouch! Then she washed and conditioned my hair, hosed me down again and sent me to a shower. ...

In Fes

A travel blog entry by didis


... beet root, eggplant, olives and a spacey white bean, then a chicken pastille which was a pastry case of chicken and couscous, dusted with a pattern of icing sugar, lovely freshly. Squeezed orange juice and mint. By now we were all hot and exhausted but loved the variety of things to see in Fes, love to come back for more, but with a good guide being essential. Stayed at Hotel Olympic near the train ...

My African Adventure

A travel blog entry by avangilder


... out "Michelle Obama!!" Being in the Medina also taught me how to be a bartering pro. Mom, you would be proud. I never paid more than 50% of what they initially charged me. I was so good, that my roommate always asked me for help when she needed to barter. Out of it, I got a turban, some cool glasses, a pillow case, and an awesome Moroccan tunic. Also impressive in the Media were all of the smells. Some parts smelled like delicious spices, some like ...


A travel blog entry by jkloewen

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... kill the animal on their rooftops, and use the meat for the family. Unfortunately, Jess and I had to leave for Spain four days before this, but on several occasions, we got to witness sheep and goats being bought and sold and being pulled, carried, and wheel barrowed through the narrow medina streets by children. The family we stayed with for four nights had not bought their goat yet, but they said when they get it they keep it in the bathroom. The family was so kind to ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 19 Arset el hammoumi, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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