Diyar Timnay

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

    What have the Romans ever done for us??

    A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Nov 17, 2013

    7 photos

    ... accosted by a cheeky monkey who was determined to get into the truck. He got in, gave Em a cuddle but didn't get very far as Jan bravely picked him up and carried him outside. We hired a guide to take us around the ruins, he explained that an earthquake had covered the city and now some of it has been excavated but there are acres still hidden.

    We stopped for lunch in a pilgrimage ...

    Day trip to Volubilis and Moulay Idriss

    A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Nov 14, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... installed. And lots of Corinthian columns of course! We didn't spend much time here, but we took plenty of obligatory tourist photos before leaving.

    We then drove about 10 minutes to Moulay Idriss, a city named for the saint Moulay Idriss, who brought Islam to Volubilis and then established the nearby city, which was later named after him. Moulay Idriss is very important to Moroccan people, because it is where the largest moussem (religious ...

    Shooffing!

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 09, 2013

    49 photos

    ... same 1755 Lisbon earthquake – and being exposed to the elements. My photos don’t do it justice. There is evidence of wine and olive oil production and of course a brothel. Although between Muslims and the Christians the mosaic “menus” of the brothel have been removed and/or destroyed. Only the one telltale sign remains (See photo.) The city as we see it now was reconstructed and is a UNESCO ...

    Meknes Medina

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Aug 19, 2013

    67 photos

    ... wanted to pay for them to sit with us, but then I'd still feel bad for all the others out there too! For the rest of the trip we spent our time sleeping, listening to music and all that kind of thing before we arrived in Meknes. We got off the train and made our way along the street to our hotel (passing a man holding about 6 live turkeys upside down by the feet...). We checked in, then Darren and I went down to the bar for a quick beer while we waited for the rest of ...

    1486. A Beautiful Panorama

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 14, 2013

    9 photos

    ... I tried to push myself to hard. I think just making it to Moulay Driss will be enough of an accomplishment for today.

    A little later I see a sign saying that one of the villages is “Sidi Ali”. I’m guessing that that there’s a spring there which is the source for Morocco’s most popular bottled water, Sidi Ali. Maybe I’ll come back here someday and add a little sidetrip to Sidi Ali to my Superhike. ...