Riad Haj Palace

19 Derb Lamside, Fes, 30000, Morocco | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


... mint tea. They even invited us to a birthday party for the daughter which was being held the next night.

Aolia's brother came for us at 6:00 pm and we walked though the Medina for at least half an hour. As we walked through the dark, narrow streets I hoped someone would guide us home later because there was no way to remember all the twists and turns it took to get there. The doors lining the streets of the Medina do not do justice to ...

The Medina of Fez, Morocco and our Farewell Party

A travel blog entry by nedandholly


... and carts have to transport everything into this 8th century massive mall. Its narrow alleys house hundreds of merchants and craftsmen selling a range of products such as dates, olives, fish, meats, dried fruits, vegetables, spices, copper and metal urns/pots, leather, carpets, textiles and even musical instruments. We even saw camel meat being butchered, and some live chickens on a table about to meet their fate. The narrow alleys are busy with local people ...

A Fezzy Fez from Fes

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... we climbed more stairs to a room full of bags, shoes, belts, wallets and other leather products, and absolutely full of the worst smell ever! We found out what the mint was for! Holding it against your nose blocked the worst of the smell! From this level we had a great view over the dying pits outside, which is where the smell was coming from! It was pretty cool to see, hundreds of pits which were all full of different dyes, and people washing and dying the leathers. ...

Desert country and Fabulous Fes

A travel blog entry by psing

... travelled for over eight hours on a comfortable local bus from Marrakech to Tinghir, the small dusty town near Todra Gorge. This trip over the high Atlas Mountains was one of the most breathtakingly beautiful we've experienced. The road clings to the cliff edge and in places the land seems to fall almost vertically for hundreds of metres creating a sense of unease for those that choose to open their eyes. There's endless switchbacks, sweeping curves, steep as ascents ...

It's all coming to an end

A travel blog entry by stef5353


... you. The construction of the buildings is quite different from the Medina too. A lot of the houses have balconies and shutters. From the Mellah we went to the Jnan Sbil Gardens where we sat down for a while and enjoyed the sunshine while we can. We heard Europe is still very cold. After a rest we headed back into the Medina to visit the Fondouk Nejjarine museum. The exhibits in the museum are a bit average but ...


This hotel, located on 19 Derb Lamside, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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