Hotel de la Paix
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Fez by a women in the 9th century. Our bus stopped outside the gate to the medina. The luggage was loaded into carts. We climbed and walked through very narrow streets and found the door to our riad—a Moroccan home refurbished into an intimate hotel. This magnificent house was home to a family of 31 people. In the late 1990s they converted it into a riad. Pictures don't do it justice! We unpacked before dinner which will be in the riad. I LOVE Moroccan ...
... The university can host up to 22,000 people in its small area. Also, the oldest tannery in Fes is here. The dyeing of the hides is still done by traditional soaking in colors of minerals and plants. Most of the hides are goat and sheep. The architecture is impressive with inlaid tile work. Colors of blue are seen throughout the medina with green in the rest of ...
... coat for Keely that looks great on her.
After one more tour (a weaving factory that uses “silk” from the agave plant for their material), we made the short drive to our hotel — the Hotel Palais Jamail — which is inside the walls of the Medinah, and was formerly the residence of a very wealthy family. The views of the old city from our patio are beautiful, and we were able to walk to another private home for dinner in ...
... than the elaborate graves and extravagant temples that we had already seen so much of. Learning how a culture actually operated seems a lot more satisfying than the stupid things they thought happened to them after bodily functions shut down and the accompanying fiction used to support these beliefs.
Our guide led us past the royal palace; a collection of ruins (that earthquake again) with some of them partially restored in order to house the king. Of course ...
... exhausting. We've heard stores of people getting lost in the medina, asking for help and then been taken all over the medina and then being harassed for a large 'tip'. Don't get me wrong, navigating the medina was great fun with a steep learning curve.
This is what happened on our first day in Fes - Our Dar (guest house) was only about 250 meters from the medina main gate with a couple of turns on the way. Should be pretty easy to ...