Riad Lune et Soleil

3 Derb Skallia, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
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Wandering the alleys of Fes

A travel blog entry by leanneroles

5
6

... way with different sights to see around every corner. I don't know how anyone can find their way around. Without Hassan leading the way we would never have found our way out the other end. No blue and white today, just brown.

It was reasonably quiet when we first set off but became busier as we got further in. The alleys are so narrow the only way to move goods is by donkey. We saw many of ...

Balek! Balek!

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

79

... The men work all day chipping away at the tiles to make the mosaic pieces. I love the mosaics, the Fes Blue pottery, the tables, fountains – everything. Can I just bring it all home? The show room was overwhelming. Seriously, I wanted it all. I was the last one to make a purchase and I’m still terrible at haggling. I must have overpaid for my two pieces because my cute sales man gave me two extra small “Hand of ...

Moroccan Hammam

A travel blog entry by kyajade

12

... your wives, and a long as you can provide for all of them sufficiently and equally. At one stage Abdul was saying "you have the right to *marry* four wives", but accidentally said the 'F' word instead of 'marry'! That had everyone nearly in tears! When we had finally finished up at dinner, Lindsay, Keith and the sister-whatshername went out with Abdul for drinks and the rest of us bailed and got taxis back to the hotel. We went up to bed and watched some modern family before going to ...

Desert country and Fabulous Fes

A travel blog entry by psing

... the lamb tajine, the Moroccan salad (red onion, tomato, capsicum, olives, cucumber finely chopped), and a thick soup called Harira made from lamb stock, lentils, onions, chickpeas and tomatoes and heavily spiced. We've also become addicted to the mint tea.
Of course, much of life as a tourist is about the big sell. We needed a memento from Morocco so we are now the proud owners of a Berber carpet or we will be if it ever reaches Australia. The rugs are made from ...

A funny thing happened on our way to the forum

A travel blog entry by twovines

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8

... and Ian drinks mint tea before catching the bus (now with standing room only) back to Meknes. Here we are just in time for lunch and opt for that well-known Moroccan delicacy: omelette and chips.

Back at the hotel I should take a swim but despite what looks like an attempt at cleaning, the water is still green and there's a brisk wind whipping across the pool area. No fear of sun beds being reserved by the Germans here! I decide to join ...

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This hotel, located on 3 Derb Skallia, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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