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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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... was the new Berber style that was an amazing twin to the Navaho rugs. After a rest and refresh at our riad we proceeded to a family run restaurant in a home up a very long thin alley, Restaurant Dar Hatim. The down home dinner was the typical cooked salad, tagine lamb with onion and garlic, chicken pastille, and tagine of chicken and vegetables followed by a fresh fruit plate. It was delicious and the hospitality and service were excellent. Back home to do a bit of laundry and hit the ...
Spent the day today exploring Fes and the medina. Headed up the hill first thing to get a good view over the medina. Was a good hike and worked up a good sweat. There was a lovely local at the top who showed us where the tannery was, the Jewish part, old and new from the top. Then headed back down into the medina to local the tannery. Was such a hike into the middle of nowhere, very hot. Located ...
... I have done a video but I don't know if it will upload on this wifi. They converted it to a guest house in the late 1990s. Plumbing, bathrooms and electrical work needed to be done. The family stills owns it and one brother and his wife run it. After breakfast we set out early to explore the Fez or Fes medina. It is the largest medina in the world. The first section was built in the 9th century and the second larger section was built ...
... but I did check out the showers and toilets, these are worth using, clean and hot water
So that was about it for the past 2 days, not very much happened, we just drove and dozed
We had a lie in today, breakfast weren’t until 8 am, and we would be going on a city tour with Kallem, our guide while here in Fes
... in Spain. Bread with a variety of cold plates, including tomato/pepper salad, eggplant (don't usually like it, but the eggplant here was great), lentils, and spiced carrots...I was often full before the main course came out. I drank a lot of mint tea during this trip, as they only served beer and wine at the nicer hotels...not a surprise as Morocco is an Islamic country. The one local beer I did try, aptly named 'Casablanca', was incredibly good.
The last full day I went to ...