Riad Lune et Soleil

Address: 3 Derb Skallia, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 3 Derb Skallia, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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      Travel Blogs from Fes

      Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

      A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

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      ... on 800 dirhams for the day with the driver, but since he had stayed with us so late we gave him 1,000 for the day. It was money well spent.

      We went back through the Blue Gate into the medina, laden with significantly more stuff than when we had left that morning. When we arrived at the dar it was close to 7pm and we had a dinner planned for 7:30pm. We had just enough time to drop off our stuff and have a cup of mint tea before we had to rally for dinner. One of our ...

      Morocco 3

      A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... being in the square & he told them he told us we could have 40 minutes walking around the square. The police then kept a watch out for us while we were walking around. We hadn't even noticed! 3/10/2014. Monday We are staying 2 nights in Fes which we thought would mean that we would get a bit of a sleep in but alas it was not going to be. We had to be ready for the bus at 8.00 . Of course we left at 8.30 as it seems to be the case that our ...

      Not in Kansas Anymore

      A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment

      ... our stay and soon came to know the 'convenience store' owners who provided our bottled water and Robert's cold 'Coca Lite'.  We did get lost twice that week, but we also managed to buy groceries, flip flops, and a headscarf using a combination of French and Moroccan Arabic.  I decided early that I wasn't going to haggle in the old market; prices were cheap and I was happy to pay the supposed 70%25 markup to help these families out. ...

      New "old town" - Fes el-Jedid

      A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Apr 29, 2014

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      ... new "old town" Fes el-Jedid. This included the Jewish quarter 'Mellah'. The name comes from the Arab word for salt because of the tradition for jews to put salt on captured bandits' heads (tho' this is possibly a myth)! The third area is the modern new town where most of the population reside.

      After a long and lazy breakfast, we left the riad to explore the Jewish quarter (Mellah). To do this, we walked out the Blue Gate ...

      Fes

      A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Feb 03, 2014

      16 photos

      ... loudly. Later, in between two-hour sleeping segments, the feral dogs nearby complain about territory, hunger, pain and lonliness. We are surely in a different place.

      From Casablanca we took the train to Fes, which is the second largest city in Morocco. Whereas the landscape and countryside between Casablanca and Marrakech is arid, the route to Fes is green and lush, with cultured fields and vineyards everywhere, surrounded by rolling hills. It looks a ...