Ryad 53

53 Derb Serraj, Medina, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fes


A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


... compatriots chuckle at Patrick's offers and call him a Berber from the north, I think that means they think Berbers are cheap, but the entire process was done with much friendliness and felt like a fun game. A couple times we headed for the door and were called back, I ended up standing in the doorway with Heather, trying to look bored. At last, they came to an offer, shook hands and Patrick got the rug for what I think was a great price. But my ...

A travel day - Petra to Wadi Rum to Fez, Morocco

A travel blog entry by nedandholly


... that are favorites for rock climbers. Our vehicles were in rough shape. I had to crank down my window to reach the outside door handle to get out, and our driver held the window crank for his window in his right hand, as we drove through the sand. These vehicles made our Serengeti safari Land Rovers seem like Rolls Royces.

We viewed the 7 Pillars of Wisdom, and there were inscriptions on some of ...

Medina Madness

A travel blog entry by jj3101


... seating and boarding so it didn't impact us but when we got on board we found out why. We were flying with Ryan Air and as first timers did not realise that everybody else on the plane did not have assigned seats, so it was like seagulls to a stray hot chip at the beach. Moral of the story is we highly recommend paying the additional fee.

Arrival into Fes was as to be as expected. A tiny little cement shack in the middle of nowhere. We stepped onto ...

Desert country and Fabulous Fes

A travel blog entry by psing

... pool that helped wash the desert dust away.

We left for Fes on an overnight bus in the midst of one nasty sandstorm. We arrived at 3.45am and fortunately the owner of the hotel we'd booked let us in early. It's a beautifully restored 300 year old Riad and right in the heart of the medina. Apparently there are over 9400 alleys and 350 mosques in this old part of town and as I write we can hear the call to prayer. They say in The Lonely Planet that this is ...

The Exploration of Fes

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel


With over 40,000 dead ends, one really needs a local guide when exploring the medina of Fes. We met ours this morning who showed us the Royal Palace which had an entry gate with 7 doors. Our group of 7 travellers attempted a photo with each of us in a door, which we almost managed. I suppose we could also have been 7 dwarfs (height is not a reference) or later it occurred to me, the Von Trapp children lol.

Our guide also showed us a currency machine that looks like an ...

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