Riad Charqi

18, derb Lahrichi, Fes, 30200 , Morocco | Hotel
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Fes

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds

16

... and they have relatives in Michigan and Hawaii. Later, we enjoyed an excellent dinner in local style. The streets near the medina were very dense with all kinds of traffic - bikes, cars, motorbikes, people on foot, and all contesting for the same space at the same time. We did not see any accidents, but statistically…

After dinner, we wandered the crowded streets some more, walking past many open-air bars where men-only gather to drink sweet tea ...

Balek! Balek!

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

79

... investigated. We only had a moment for a quick photo at Moulay Idriss mausoleum before visiting the Attarine Medersas. This medersas was built around 1325 by Merenid Sultan Abou Said but recently renovated. Suddenly, inside the courtyard, out of the hustle and bustle, there was a sense of tranquility. That never-ending pattern mosaic, the carved and painted cedar wood doors and ceilings, not to mention the carved plaster is just beautiful. ...

Shooffing!

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

49

... br> At this point Khalid introduced us to another word, which has now become my favorite word ever: Shooffing. Shooffing means “gawking” – looking… I like the sound of it. I like what it means. I LOVE THIS WORD! He pointed out all the men at the cafés shooffing; sitting at the sidewalk cafes, drinking coffee or tea, or whatever and watching the world (and the ladies) go by – only men by ...

Fes - more than a name for a silly hat!

A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire

1
6

... it was delicious and another tick on the 'to do' list!
On our arrival back at the Riad at 11 pm, there is a young man on the street at the end of our alley who I had seen in the Riad earlier in the day. He passes us in the alley and unlocks the door in to the Riad, having clearly been waiting for us to return! He offers us tea and coffee, and then water. When we thank him, but decline, he's gone. Feels like he was waiting up like a concerned parent until we were home safe! ...

Day 14 Fes

A travel blog entry by lindasarah

17

... we didn't have one, the other Peregrine group had a police escort through the market. We had a local guide, Hamid who then invited s into his home for a traditional cous cous meal. This was home made cous cous (not out of the packet like us!) and how light and fluffy it was! Accompanied by vegetables and chicken it was delicious. A fruit platter followed then of course mint tea. We are being super careful with what we eat. Only food that is hot and that has not been washed in ...

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This hotel, located on 18, derb Lahrichi, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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