Jnan Palace

Address: Ave Ahmed Chaouki, Fes, Morocco | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Ave Ahmed Chaouki, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    Travel Blogs from Fes

    We Leave The Compound

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... when you heard 'Belak' 'Belak' - that usually meant a pack of mules carrying stuff was coming by or a person with a wheel barrel type thing was coming fast. All of the people young and old seem to walk quickly and with purpose within the narrow market pathways. There is a lot of bobbing and weaving going on - much like their cars on the roads. A few things that stood out on the food front were... The dead camel head hanging on a hook to indicate the ...

    Fes

    A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Feb 03, 2014

    16 photos

    ... tanneries, which are a remarkable sight, and smell. They give you sprigs of mint to hold under your nose to ward off the worst of it (pigeon leavings are a key component of the hide treatment process). Elias bailed, but the rest of us stood and watched the process of stripping, curing, and drying the hides from cows, goats, and sheep.

    In subsequent days we relaxed, wandered the market, and got lost once or twice in the maze, then made tracks for Chefchaouen to the ...

    Balek! Balek!

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 10, 2013

    79 photos

    ... in 1711. Traveling traders would stop here to rest; animals would be housed on the ground floor with the sleeping quarters on the upper floors. Men provided the belly dancing entertainment and of course, the world’s oldest profession (by women – not men) was available here too. Today the building itself is a museum and it is beautiful enough to stand on its own but within the walls are exhibits of native woods, woodworking tools ...

    Day 3 to fes

    A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 20, 2013

    We left Rabat for the day long journey to fes, another imperial capital, known for spiritualism. Our 'discovery' today was a spontaneous stop at a roadside stand where chickens, turkeys, juju nuts and dried thyme were sold. We visited Fatima and her modest house where she cooked us fresh scrambled eggs and thyme. We had the opportunity to ask questions about her life and family. After our visit we stopped in meknes ...

    And the journey begins...

    A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Sep 17, 2013

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... with people that have been here for a while, so they can show us around. I've been told our apartment is about 20 minutes by foot from the Main Street in town, where we will do our shopping and such.

    I could go on forever, but I think I'll leave this post at that for now. So in conclusion, I had an incredibly easy journey half way around the world, and I'm getting settled in to my new home! Virtual tour coming soon :)

    Lots of love back to the ...