Ametis Nouzha Hotels Fez

7 Rue Hassan Dkhissi, Fes, 30000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Haggling like a Berber

A travel blog entry by eyre

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... two distinct types of salesmanship. The first, which we encountered at the Cooperatif, is starting at a ridiculously high price, and then quickly declining the price by hundreds of dirhams. The other approach, which was practised most often in the little market stalls, is to start quite sharp ("sister, other shops ask 1000 dirham, but I take only 500!"), and then fuss over small change until the tourist hopefully gives up.

Luckily, Nona and I are big fat liars ("I'm sorry, ...

Adventures in Fez

A travel blog entry by melanielacava

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... tile, stucco and wood. Each medersa has a grand entrance that opens up into a courtyard and then has small rooms for prayer or teaching. The medersas were so beautiful! It's quite the contrast to the busy medina streets that are crowded with people and usually quite dirty. I was really amazed at how packed each of the stores are in the medina. Most of the shops are barely large enough to hold a few people, but they are packed wall to wall with goods. ...

Day 17 - Casablanca To Moulay Idriss

A travel blog entry by bgill

... mosques, after the two in Saudi Arabia, Mecca and Medina. I didn’t leave a tip for our leader as i had paid quite a lot anyway so i proceeded to take pictures with both my wide angle and telephoto lenses. Time will only tell if my skills are improving but i certainly feel as though they are. It was getting later in the day so i decided to go back to the hotel and then the train station. I did plan to call in at Riki’s cafe, an imitation ...

Morocco - Fes

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... After that we went to the Mellah sector, which is the Jewish sector in Fez, but it actually seemed very similar to the rest of the city. Then we were very close to the gate of the Royal Palace, so we took a few pictures over there. We could see that every city has a royal palace. We were also said that there was a Parliamentary Monarchy in Morocco, however, everything still depends on the king.

Then it was quite late and we felt we had been ...

Intro to Morocco: Fes

A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global

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... so they do not drink at all. I think they really refer to it as Moroccan whiskey so that all the tourists get a good chuckle. (Sam’s comment: The Mint Tea phenomenon was seriously all over Morocco, everyone drinks it from little glass cups that you have to hold at the rim to not burn yourself. The tea is made ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 7 Rue Hassan Dkhissi, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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