Riad Charqi

18, derb Lahrichi, Fes, 30200 , Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18, derb Lahrichi, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Fez to Mazouga and the Erg Chebbi Desert

A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Jul 20, 2014

Drag ourselves out of bed at 9am for brekky and eagerly await our driver for the day. It takes 8 hours to get to the desert and with a few stops along the way to watch everyone **** themselves at the monkey Forrest/buy some fruit at festy local markets and purchase our turbines for the night we arrive! The car ride was long but was made better by mullys fantastic selection of songs in her ipad- Hilary ...

Morocco part 1: Fes

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 09, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... tour of the tannery was really one big sales push to get you to buy an expensive leather jacket. The guides/salesmen were very good at the soft sell too. We saw 2 American girls each buy an ugly leather belt for us$78 which they likely wouldn't buy for $10 in the states. This led Dorothy to quip "I guess sheep aren't the only ones getting slaughtered here!". As the sales tactics ramped, it felt like they wouldn't let us leave if we didn't buy something. My ...

Morocco: Medina-Mountain-Sea

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Mar 26, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... chilled medina. Four days later, we travel on to Assilah. Despite being barely 100 km as the crow flies, the routing of local buses require we first head north to the port city of Tangier and then south again along the Atlantic coast. Although not arduous travel, door to door it takes us six and a half hours. Assilah is a pretty white washed resort town with a distinct Spanish flavour. Restaurants, like Casa Garcia and Casa Pepe, serve fish tapas and generous bowls of ...

Leaving on a Jet plane (or not)

A travel blog entry by leighge on Oct 23, 2013

... argue with the staff and then asking for a translation from French. It was impossible, the staff quite clearly didn't care and made no effort to keep passengers informed of the situation or placated in anyway. The worst part was we were unable to do anything as our bags were stowed on our waiting plane somewhere out on the tarmac. At around 11, when the arguing had resulted in a large number of airport police hovering at the security gate (they didn't do anything, they ...

Our last stop in Morocco

A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Mar 12, 2013

28 photos

... is considerable, and they make sure you dont take photos. So we headed in the opposite direction. As it is a nice sunny day today we decided that the tannery would be good to see in sunshine. As soon as you get near it you get approached by would be guides to show you around for a fee. There is no way to see the tannery without paying someone. The best places are from some shops that overlook the tannery but they want to sell you leather goods which ...