Ryad Dar Lakbira
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Ryad Dar Lakbira Meknes
Travel Blogs from Meknes
... which leveled Lisbon, Portugal in 1755), destroyed most of the remaining buildings. The site has been in the process of being excavated for the last several decades, but only about half has been cataloged. There is a museum on sight, but it has yet to be opened. Many of the important finds of the town have nothing more than a thin rope to keep people off. Even so, it seems that folks have treated the area with respect.
We hired an ...
... with now a whole museum devoted to it. Back in the bus, we entered the medina through another entrance, then our guide got us a short cuter through the police entrance to a non significant entry,,and we turned the corner and WOW! A large water pond with a fountain (trying to model Versailles) with the beautiful old walls of the kasbah in the background....unfortunately the effect was somewhat spoiled by numerous white display tents for ...
... into the medina to satisfy our ravenous tummies. After scouring through a vast sea of eateries we stumbled upon a fine shawarma joint that drew our attention with its rotating meat and bright billboards. We gauged ourselves on shawarma until we could eat no more. After this we proceeded to potter around the fanciful food markets with its vast array of colourful spices and decedent pastry displays before heading back to the riad to rest our tired ...
... store fronts on the white washed buildings were mostly still locked. Few ambitious shop owners got a head-start carefully staging and dusting their wares. The bakers, who I'm sure had been up for many hours, had boxes of hot baguettes ready for deliveries.
We have enjoyed our stay at Riad Inna. It turned out to be a great choice. Good location, plus we had the best room in the house, the 2rd floor Suite ...
... a closed door. Admitting defeat we returned to a collection of cafés where we enjoyed a coffee and an almond biscuit served by men in laboratory coats.
After we exited the Kasbah I turned towards the ocean having been driven mad by the unseen sounds of breaking waves. We crested the hill and face a choppy grey Atlantic. Moroccans were playing soccer on the beach and surfing the rough waves. A few of them caught waves that surged down the river ...
Other places to stay in Meknes
Tiberbarine, Ancienne Medina Meknes, Meknes | Hotelfrom $57
79, Ksar Chaacha-Dar Lakbira, Meknes | Hotelfrom $70
20 db Lalla Sti Hennou, Meknes | 2 star hotelfrom $45
32 Derb Moulay Ahmed Chebli, Meknes | Hotelfrom $56
20 Rue Lalla Aicha Adouya, Meknes | Hotelfrom $39
25 derb Lakhouaja, Meknes | Hotelfrom $53
15 rue Arrazi, Meknes | Hotelfrom $40