Ryad Bahia

Address: Tiberbarine, Ancienne Medina Meknes, Meknes, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Tiberbarine, Ancienne Medina Meknes, Meknes, is near Cascades d'Ouzoud and Paradise beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Meknes

      Meknes: Last Day

      A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Aug 03, 2014

      ... and into some stores. Hunter saw some Fatima hands that she liked. Supposedly, the style is from Meknes only--black metal with silver thread pounded into it. It did seem unique, and we did not see this style in Marrakech. Either way, she liked them, so we started to haggle.

      We double teamed the guy on this one. He wanted 200 dh for one. We got two for 150 dh. He actually seemed a little mad when all was done. Usually, they're quite happy at the ...

      The Sultan's Slaves Built Meknes

      A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jun 03, 2014

      1 comment, 103 photos

      ... then we changed our minds. The guy seemed amicable and it would be a great way to get overview of the main sights and help us to get oriented.


      Guarded Palace

      Once we crossed the river, we turned left. After few hundred meters, we followed the 12 meter high Palace walls.We entered through a plain gate and found ourselves dwarfed between two high walls. The driver turned to us and said, no ...

      From Rome to Morocco

      A travel blog entry by lasallelgu on Mar 02, 2014

      ... tumultuous past of the area. At the fall of the Roman Empire the Vandals succeeded in invading down into North Africa, followed by a Berber uprising to establish an independent kingdom in Morocco, and then finally an Arab invasion from the east during the zenith of the Islamic caliphate. Despite all of this upheaval, the site was not completely destroyed and was recovered in the early 20th century.
      It was interesting to see the ...

      Peanut has a problem!

      A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Feb 24, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... did. We found a campsite some 25km north (nothing in Casablanca) and rested up. It was now Saturday evening and Nissan would be shut till Monday.

      Monday morning, we waited till about 9.45 before driving into Casablanca. In Morocco, 4,000 die each year and over 100,000 injured in traffic accidents. Casablanca has 4 million people; we were not wanting to meet them all at once! I had extended my explanation through Google Translate ...

      Meknes Medina

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Aug 19, 2013

      67 photos

      ... like little stools. It was very cool down there! After that we headed back up and went into the medina to check out the souks. We walked through all these tiny little alleyways that were absolutely packed with people, past all kinds of markets selling all kinds of things. We saw a shop that made and sold traditional kaftans for ceremonies and were told all about how they were made and the materials they used. After that we went to the closed souks where all the food ...