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Double bed at last!
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... to private homes, shops, schools, mosques, etc. Most of the alleys are un-named (as far as we could tell), and there is no apparent logic or structure to their direction. Being inside the medina is truly like being in a life-sized labyrinth. Add on top of that the fact that most “shops” and ...
The first stop was Fez, and we drove there through pleasant farmland instead of the desert we had been half expecting. In fact, throughout our trip we were amazed by how green and well irrigated many ...
... with the tour guide again and went off to find some Fez hats. He took us to the Fez hat factory, so we were also able to buy a ton of Fez hats for a good price. Totally hilarious, although we felt bad for the factory workers because it smelled so much like glue that they were pretty much guaranteed to have lasting brain damage.
Navigating the medina (even with the guide) was fairly exhausting, so we went ...
... on us from when we last looked at the information screens, but figured it out at the last minute and made our train. It was a 2 and a half hour ride to Fes from Rabat and things went smoothly. We found ourselves a decent hotel for 20 euro a night in the new city (only 700 years old). Decent meaning there are clean toilets and showers, but not attached to our rooms. Unfortunately, it was rather noisy. We then went out for lunch and ate at a nice place that served ...