Dar Al Andalous

Address: 14 Derb Bennani , Fes, 30000, Morocco | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 14 Derb Bennani , Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    Travel Blogs from Fes

    Food, glorious food ...

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Oct 17, 2015

    9 photos

    ... and Moroccan bread we had, from the fried food shop, fried hot chilies, shakshouka, fried eggplant, and fried sardines. What a treat. As there was no room for lunch ( no kidding) we then went to a beautiful Andalusian garden park and a museum of various ancient artifacts of life in the Fez area. Back at the Riad, three of us rested and Howard went for a hamam (steam bath made of marble) wash and scrub and rinse with very hot water performed with the washer/scrubee (me) lying on ...

    Take me to the Casbah, we'll be safe there...

    A travel blog entry by ktholin on Oct 13, 2015

    16 photos

    ... met by Rashid, our local guide, who would be our leader for today. Before the medina, however, we visited the gate of the royal palace and toured a nearby tile factory and a tannery. Entering the tannery we were each given a sprig of mint leaves without an explanation. It's purpose was soon obvious, however, as the smell of the tanning baths was overwhelming, and soon everyone was holding it to their nose as a personal air freshener.



    A travel blog entry by rubberdown on Mar 13, 2015

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... 200 ks from the Algerian border. Will will probably ride to Ceuta tomorrow to catch a ferry to Algeciras. Our route took us through Tetouan, Rabat, Marrakesh, Ouarzazate, Erfound, Fez, and now Al Hoceima. We have stayed off the the big highways and tried to ride some of the terrific mountain roads. We avoided unpaved roads if possible as we have found long distances on gravel 2 up is too difficult for us old people. Pictures are much better than my words. Rubber Down & Thunder ...

    5, 5000 or 5000000 camels!

    A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Nov 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... but there was a definite push on we can ship this back to Australia for free when referring to their bigger items. I bought myself a couple of little bowls and sat down at a table while the rest of the group bought their stuff. While i was sitting down the guy who had given us or tour gave me a back massage and one of the younger workers decided he wanted me to be his wife and was adding the others how many camels i was worth. He gave me ...

    Out of Europe!

    A travel blog entry by andrew_mac on Jul 03, 2014

    2 comments, 55 photos

    This was my first journey out of Europe in my time here...and not by far. In fact, my 'Lonely Planet' Europe travel guide actually has a chapter on Morocco, even though it's in North Africa. Thanks to Ryanair again for the $100 round trip flight! The flight there was great, I downloaded a gin rummy app to my iPhone and ended up playing that the entire time. I got a few shots of the plane crossing the water and coming into Morocco.

    Once I left the airport, the heat hit me like a ...