Hotel Mounia

Address: 60, Bd Zerktouni, Fes, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 60, Bd Zerktouni, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    Travel Blogs from Fes

    Paris Weeks 4-6 (apparently)

    A travel blog entry by hendricksone on May 03, 2015

    97 photos

    ... popular French rapper around today, and I’ll concede the gig was only fun because I got to jump around and dance; I didn’t understand a word of the rap.

    Thursday we toured the Sorbonne, looking at some of the architecture that defined the Classical period, prior to Napoleon. The Sorbonne, like many old universities, was built around a central church, but in contrast to earlier universities in Italy and in England, the French decided to centralize all ...

    Handy Crafts and Hilly Roads

    A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 16, 2014

    29 photos

    ... is a predominantly Muslim country, there is no alcohol for sale in the medina and even in the rest of the city is hard to come by. No bars, no wine with dinner, no cocktails on the terrace after a day of shopping. We would have to make do with tea and our one cup of coffee in the morning. I read a book about life in Fes and the author noted that you could go into the New Town (Ville Nouveau) and buy wine or liquor at a store there, but if the taxi driver heard the clink of the ...

    O what a day!

    A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 30, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... protect the city, it was such a nice view, and amazing to really see how big the Fez medina really is. Next we went to a traditional pottery and mosaic making factory, it was really interesting to watch them forming the dishes, tagines and mosaic pieces totally by hand. The show room had some beautiful pieces of pottery inlaid with silver and jewels, we couldn't help ourselves and bought a tagine (which was an impulse buy but who cares). Now it was time for the main attraction ...

    Morocco. A seat by the window, please.

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Aug 08, 2014

    7 comments, 7 photos

    ... maybe just to shut him up. When I got out of a taxi a kid attempted to show me the way by walking in front of me but being as I was following the directions on my phone and had to walk all of 100m and had no need of his assistance whatsoever I refused to give him any money. He didn't seem particularly pleased about it, but neither was I. The Riad I've chosen to stay in is beautiful which I'm pretty stoked with (Riad Verus for those interested. I dropped my bag down and changed from ...

    Morocco Profile: Ancient Berbers - The Arab Spring

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 15, 2014

    4 photos

    ... from the 17th century until 1912 when Morocco is divided into French and Spanish protectorates. Note: the current Moroccan royal family belong to the former Alaouite dynasty.

    1860
    Morocco disputes the Spanish enclave of Ceuta*. Spain declares war and wins a further enclave and an enlarged Ceuta enclave.

    1884
    Spain creates a protectorate in the coastal areas of Morocco.



    1912
    Morocco becomes a French ...