Riad Charqi

Address: 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

Not in Kansas Anymore

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 16, 2014

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... an air raid and every sound in the alley was surely someone trying to break in. Instead, we hunkered down and figured it would be safest to wait for our guided tour through Fes El Bali the next morning. On Day 2, we found out -- to our great relief -- that we had arrived at our riad from the back alleys and that we were in actuality only a couple of turns from a main square outside the chaos of the souk.  We would take that path many ...

Introduction to Fez and Throwback Airline

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 09, 2014

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... Hadija only speaks a few words of English so much of this was done with facial expressions and hand signs. The riad is magnificent - built about 300 years ago and fixed up by the Moroccan owner a few years ago so it could be used for a riad - house. The base of it as are all of the homes here is a central area open to the sky where the common area is to sit and relax, talk, sleep. There are three levels and a terrace with more washrooms and bedrooms than ...

A walk with Hamidou

A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Apr 28, 2014

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... urban areas. Al-Qarawiyyin, founded in AD 859, is the oldest continuously functioning madrasa in the world. The city has been called the "Mecca of the West" and the "Athens of Africa"

The doors of residences were very interesting. See pictures. The Arabic style is to not reveal your home to the outside. No exterior windows. Instead it has a central garden open to the sky and all the rooms face inwards. Even when the front door opens, it usually doesn't look into the ...

Magic Carpet Ride

A travel blog entry by cahoward on Jan 30, 2014

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... watched skeptically not liking one rug....not they were not nice but I hate the pressure of a salesman. "No pressure Madame.We've had tea. Not to worry if they don't interest you. (The guilt) Then the hook appeared.....hanging the wall. I turn to Taylor " that would be great in your man cave." He agreed but they saw us confer. "Ah Madame you have the very best and most of expensive taste!" (the compliment? " It's ...

Won't Haggle???

A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Nov 15, 2013

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... dancer, hat swirlers, a Magician, another belly dancer followed by the wierd old lady in traditional clothes who just stood and wiggled her boobs at us all. We had a Basil Fawlty type waiter who was a bit over excited and seemed to be shouting "Bitty" at her which left us cracking up!

The next morning was a trip into the Medina in Fez for some shopping and to practice our haggling skills. The medina was a maze of alleyways with ...