Youth Hostel Fes

18 Rue Abdeslam Seghrini, Ville Nouvelle, Fes, Morocco | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Rabat: City of Green and Pink Ice-Cream

A travel blog entry by fip


For me, Rabat is also the city of beach volleyball, cricket and multicoloured chickens. And, apparently, the green and pink ice-cream (kind of Mr. Whippy style) is strawberry and pistachio flavoured. Urgh. For the most part, it just tastes of sugar, with a touch of pink. We stayed in the Youth Hostel, which really is great for meeting other people …

Play it again Sam

A travel blog entry by raymondc

We only stayed one night in Casablanca, in the excellent and well-located Youth Hostel. At 120 dirham it is our most expensive accommodation so far, but it included a simple breakfast. The manager was a very interesting and helpful man. He gave us lots of advice about places to visit and good hotels and hostels. We discussed the bombings at length …

Magic Carpet Ride

A travel blog entry by cahoward


... she will cut you a deal" (It's out of his hands). The lady looks whimsically stern. I leave the room. Taylor buys the rug. AH....but then I am sitting waiting innocently....I spot a 2nd rug. They catch me at it again. "AH Madame, shock me again." Non Monsieur. J'ai fini. Ah Madame, come with me I will show you on a better surface. They pull the rug down take me to another room. (Divide and concur). Indeed it is ...

A Fezzy Fez from Fes

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... at a pretty fancy looking place for lunch. It was decorated like the mosques with all the mosaics and the intricate carvings in the walls, floors and ceilings. We first had a whole bunch of salads come out to share, which were delicious. One was an eggplant dish, which was the best. So so so tasty!! The others were like carrots, olives, tomatoes, lentil soups, that kind of thing. It was so good! There was a LOT of food! And then the mains came out!!! I had a ...


A travel blog entry by nicolainafrica


... less and less. I'm sure I will want tthe rain in a couple of months but at the moment I would like to set up camp without getting wet!

I think I have spoken more French here than I ever have in France, I will have forgotten it all again very quickly.

The Moroccan people have been very friendly so far even when we are bush camping where we probably shouldn't be. We've camped by a beach and in a cork forest. The cork forest was the ...


This hostel, located on 18 Rue Abdeslam Seghrini, Ville Nouvelle, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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