Ryad 53

53 Derb Serraj, Medina, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
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Fes

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds

16

... in Europe).

Anyhow, my parents arrived safely, if a bit jet lagged, at our hotel at about 2PM, and after a short nap we all went for a walk and found some dinner. The walk was very interesting; for the four of us it was a nonevent in an area where there wasn't much happening. We strolled around the Casablanca medina, which is small and tame, and then walked a few blocks and found a restaurant for dinner. The kids had fun shepherding their grandparents ...

Adventures in Fez

A travel blog entry by melanielacava

1
15

... at ground floor and then climb about six sets of stairs to eat on the roof of the cafe, overlooking the medina. The view was amazing! I had my first coke in Morocco, which was delicious (made with real sugar, yum!) and I ate gazpacho that was so good! Adam was the most adventurous of the bunch and ordered a camel burger, which he said was very good. And of course, I couldn't leave the city of Fez without buying an authentic fez hat. One of my favorite souvenirs so ...

Day 3 to fes

A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff

... This like the the Moroccan version of a b&b, owned and run by a family. This riad was built in the 1700's and owned by a Jewish family. That family gave the riad to the current family's grandfather on the condition that when the Jewish family wants to visit from Israel they can stay here. Dinner was cooked and served by the family. All the food, lunch and dinner, has been excellent. Tomorrow is shaking hands with ...

Fes, Casablanca and a final goodbye to Morocco

A travel blog entry by travellinghands

... in a row for the sake of
the price of a hotel for a night. The next morning we did find a
hotel and it was very cheap and very nice, so we were happy about our
decision (although it was very awkward bumping into the guy the next
morning. He wasn't best pleased, but at the end of the day, it is our
decision).



We spent the rest of the day walking
around (or more, getting lost) in the medina. Getting ...

Hey, Where you from?

A travel blog entry by parleusted

2
25

... and chickpea based soup, Couscous (fluffy couscous topped with steamed vegetables and garnished with orange rind and sweet plump raisins) and Tagine (a slow cooked stew that is cooked in a special earthenware pot) and eaten with Moroccan bread. Every time you passed by, restaurant owners or their proxies would vigorously thrust their menus under your nose hoping you would look upon it favorably. While competition was intense, there also seemed to be a gentleman's agreement ...

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This hotel, located on 53 Derb Serraj, Medina, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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