Hotel Cascade

26 rue Serrajine, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 26 rue Serrajine, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Fes

    How many camels?

    A travel blog entry by braeoz on May 18, 2010

    13 photos

    All the hassles of travel were almost forgotten once we stepped onto the tarmac in Fes to gaze upon the airport that seemed like an oasis sprouting up out of the desert. The heat was 30+ degrees and blue skies everywhere - love it!

    We took a taxi from the airport through the town right into the heart of Fes where we checked into our hotel …

    Morocco part 1: Fes

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 09, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... to a some awkwardness - 2 Aussie ladies we bumped into told us about getting hissed at by men. Similar to southern spain, men here cat call at women with hisses. Amusingly, because it's Ramadan and catcalling is an offense the religious police look out for, men hiss in hushed tones. The whole affair seemed amusing versus offensive for the Aussie girls - a man wanted to buy my nike dry-fit UVA t-shirt off of my body. I flatly rejected, though in retrospect I should ...

    Walls and ruins

    A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on Apr 23, 2013

    ... city inside a walled city, yeah pretty confusing if you ask me. Of to visit the Royal Palace and its absolutely chaotic and full of police, military and officials. The king is to visit Meknes today and its just crazy. Don't really get to see a lot of the palace but he does have his own lake or Bassin de l'Aguedal which technically is a water tank built by Moulay Ismail. More walking and time for another gate this time the Bab Mansour gate. It's a ...


    A travel blog entry by jkloewen on Oct 22, 2012

    27 photos

    ... before. There are good and bad things about everywhere we have gone, and Morocco is no different. Since the culture is so much different to what we are used to, we found that the best thing to do is drop most expectations and just experience it. This helps for travelling in general, but even more so for Morocco. We considered ourselves extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to visit Morocco and gain some knowledge and understanding of it's unique Islamic culture.



    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on May 27, 2012

    6 photos

    ... to come out of the wall, directing me to the exit. Sometimes, they called it, “La porte bleu.” Sometimes, they called it “La puerta azul.” Sometimes they called it, “The blue door.”
    I didn’t trust any of them. An eleven-year-old boy who I ignored gave me directions I ignored. “Now give me something,” he said. I swore at him. He repeated the ...