Diyar Timnay

Address: LN7 Ain Rjal BP141, Moulay Idriss, 50350, Morocco | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on LN7 Ain Rjal BP141, Moulay Idriss, is near Volubilis.
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      Travel Blogs from Moulay Idriss

      Mastering the Medina and Hammam Time

      A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 13, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... got rough grunts from our man. We stopped at a little shop where our guy picked up a few packages for the Hammam - they looked like little packages of soaps and gels. We then walked a few paces and then went in to what looked like a home and walked down several stairs. We were in a kind of changing room with benches all around the outside walls. There were two men there chatting - workers or there for a Hammam? We got down to our undies and flip flops and followed our ...

      Day trip to Volubilis and Moulay Idriss

      A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Nov 14, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... Volubilis was named after the flower we know as a Morning Glory, which was the first flower seen by the people who established the city. After telling this story, he picked a Morning Glory and handed it to me, saying that the "fatimas" always love that story. After a look of confusion from all of us, he said that the most common name for a woman in the area is Fatima, so they call a woman Fatima if they don't know her name. I was surprised to hear that name ...

      Shooffing!

      A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 09, 2013

      49 photos

      ... in Rabat was the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and Hassan Tower complex. The Hassan Tower was begun in 1195 and was intended to be the largest minaret for the largest mosque in the world. Sultan Yaoub al-Monsour died in 1199 and all construction was stopped. The Hassan Tower built in the Moorish style only reached about 260 feet in height and the mosque was never completed. Only the foundations for the pillars are in ...

      Roman the Ruins

      A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Sep 27, 2013

      4 comments, 7 photos

      I was really looking forward to stopping in Volubilis, the best preserved Roman ruins in Morocco. The site dates to at least 25 BC and perhaps earlier. The drive to Volubilis was only about an hour and a half and as we drove we passed through lots of farmland, olive groves and cork trees. The topography was flat for long stretches, but as we approached the turn to Meknes and Volubilis, the land became quite hilly. We passed through Meknes (we would return after the trip ...

      Rabat and Meknes

      A travel blog entry by alchandler on Jun 24, 2013

      ... Mecca, praying 5 times a day, give alms and only one god?). She mentioned that in morocco they are tolerant of other religions and that there is the belief that you will be judged when it is your turn to get into paradise, so it is really just about being a good person. ( I guess that is the basis of most religions, unfortunately there are some fundamentalists out there) Also in the medina you can see the spinning of silk. The silk is ...