Dar Al Safadi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was true, but as of today it was only 1, so having wound my watch back I walked out to find my bus at what I thought was 3pm only to be told it was in fact 4pm and my bus was well and truly gone. I was told this by a lovely Norwegian girl who'd walked up to me to find out where I was going. It turned out that we were headed to the same place and it was possible to get a ticket for a bus leaving in 30 minutes. We boarded the bus and I'll admit I was feeling pretty lucky to have ...
... relative calm and peacefulness of the countryside in southern Spain to the chaos that is morocco. We're staying just outside the medina in a budget hotel. The medina is in the old city in fes, where no cars are allowed and the primary form of transport of goods is by donkey. It has 10k houses and feels a bit like what I imagined a favela to be. The roads are narrow so you get bumped into a fair bit. Also when a donkey lugging a refrigerator comes your way, you gotta ...
... him to take us to a local sandwich place so we could eat before we got to our riad in the Medina. The driver not only took us there but got out, helped us order, moved some chairs around so we could sit while we waited and then let us eat our messy sandwiches in his clean and shiny car. He also came back for us after we got settled in, took us on a driving tour of the city and then dropped us off downtown so we could have dinner and do some shopping. ...
... rain. This was our first real rainy day on the trip and the TCS-supplied blue ponchos were finally being used. Our guides corralled us in the lobby and we headed into our motor coaches for the very short drive to the "fortified city" called the Medina. We then split into groups of about 15 of us, which each had a guide and two security locals. One was even packing a weapon, as he was a licensed tourist policeman. The tightness of the areas make it an ideal ...
... things then headed back down. On the way down the stairs, I slipped on the dust (they were doing renovations), and fell down half a flight of stairs! I whacked my spine and my arm, and kind of ruined the amazing mood the hammam had put me in! So feeling a bit sore and sorry for myself we went down the rest of the stairs and met the group. We jumped into some taxis and headed into the medina. When everyone was there we followed Abdul through a little section of the souks to a ...