Dar Al Safadi

4 cheq Bdenjalla, Fes, 30000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds

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... were completely disoriented. There are 9,300 streets in the medina in Fes; the place is so big, and so twisty, that you are scared to go outside the house because if you take the wrong turn you’ll never find it again.

Nevertheless, venture out we did, at first with the aid of a guide. We were careful to let him know that we were not interested in shopping, which limited the number of shops he took us to. First we visited the food market, a ...

Balek! Balek!

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

79

... Anyway, now it’s always live.

Our next stop was the old Jewish Quarter. We did not pass through the gate but still it is impressive from a distance. Down a narrow street and we were suddenly at a small doorway leading to Ibn Danan Synagogue which dates to 17th century. We had to wait a few minutes for the man with the key to finish his prayers and let us in. It is no longer an active synagogue but I’m glad ...

Day 4 shake hand with fes

A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff

Today started with the best breakfast so far cooked by the family, Moroccan pancakes and frittata. Our first stop was to the mellah, the Jewish neighborhood. This neighborhood is noted for the andulasian balconies. During its time it was a significant part of Moroccan culture. Jews in morocco have always lived in harmony with Muslims. They left of their own choosing to go to France for their children's education and also to Israel. We then drove to the panoramic view of ...

And the journey begins...

A travel blog entry by melanielacava

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5

... that was a big mistake. I wandered around asking people if they speak English, and while some were helpful, I spent a lot of time looking dumb listening to people try to help me. So, I spent most of my layover in Paris trying to learn some basic French. This is going to take some serious practice, especially considering that in Morocco, some people MIGHT speak French, but most speak Arabic. Parles vouz Franšais? Because I don't...

My flight to Fez ...

Fes, Casablanca and a final goodbye to Morocco

A travel blog entry by travellinghands

... and laughed for ages. It was at 10.30pm by
this point and we were getting tired, so we all set off, but before
we went back to the hotel, we went to their house in the medina to
see some photos and have some tea. After more chatting with the two
of them, and trying to read a book in German, they gave us a massage
(they had both worked as professional masseuses in Canada and
Germany). It was very nice, but I felt ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 cheq Bdenjalla, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding