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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... drying, dyeing and trimming - what a job. Bet they are paid a pittance too. Now its time to leave - first through the coat/vest sales room; then the handbag room; then pants, now shoes etc etc. All the while high pressure sales people hand out compliments about how beautiful people look by wearing the product. We finally escape and back to bus after 5 hours walking through the Medina in which we saw a fraction of it. There are no street signs, no exit signs, it is an ...
The joys of a very cold beer!!!!! Back home at our Riad, shoes are off and the beer is wonderful!!!!! What an amazing day! We have spent the day in the medina, squeezing along tiny alleyways, sneaking in photos of stalls, other alleys, making way for donkeys carrying supplies in and out, seeing handicrafts being made, smelling mint to escape the smells from the tanneries...trying on coats, scarves, not ...
... items they needed sharpened, then negotiate with him over price, before dropping them off and continuing on their business. It was not something you see every day and we found his charming smile and the pleasure that he took in his work completely enchanting. If only we had something that needed sharpening.
Next we headed to the wood carver, another man of over 80 who has a small woodshop storefront in the El Aouadine quarter, which is known for selling wooden objects. ...
... attempted to steal elastics from the container we'd brought to share. Eventually, we packed up and left. We returned to retrieve a stolen hook (boy, did they rat out the culprit fast!) I understood then why one boy had refused to participate all along: why bother when it will all be taken away in the end? I grieved for those children that last night in Fes. Their faces will stay with me for a long time. ...
We were looking for something to do during the hot part of the day and I saw that Fez opened their first multi-level mall in September 2013. It housed the first escalators in Fez and people came out in droves to try the escalator out. Caleb saw that it had a kids zone with games and a climbing place so he was stoked. We grabbed a petite taxi and I told the older fellow where we wanted to go ... He smiled ...