Hotel Perla

Address: 15, rue de la Jordanie, Fes, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15, rue de la Jordanie, 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

    ... in a single massive building (with the exception of the college of law, and the college of medicine). Not exactly the most interesting building…

    After that we left for Morocco, which was actually just as touristic as I’d imagined, if that’s even possible. We left very early in the morning and spent our first afternoon in a bus, touring Rabat with twenty-minute stops to get out and explore the buildings. We spent three days in Rabat, looking at ...

    Handy Crafts and Hilly Roads

    A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 16, 2014

    29 photos

    ... may refuse to take you to the medina. This is how serious they are about tee totaling in Morocco.

    After the sun set a few of us wanted to grab a small bite and a few of us were still full from our late lunch and wanted to make it an early night, so four headed back into the city to find a place for soup and salad, and two of us rested on the banquette in the great room and read our books. We were all in bed by 10pm local time, exhausted from the day and knowing that we needed to rest for our packed day ...

    O what a day!

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

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... itself! It is like a labyrinth of over 10,000 streets and alleyways & is the biggest and oldest medina in the whole of morocco, it is quite a scary place to walk into, with some of the steets only being just wider than shoulder width. Our first stop in the madena was to an artisan leather manufacturer where Katie bought a stunning yellow handmade jacket. We moved on to get a bite to eat at another traditional Moroccan restaurant, then back into it. We went to a couple ...

    Morocco. A seat by the window, please.

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Aug 08, 2014

    7 comments, 7 photos

    ... clothes and then went down to the central common area where I'd seen a few people hanging out in the hopes that I'd at least get a few tips for the next day and possibly be able to join them for dinner. I was not disappointed in either case. We had dinner at a good little restaurant called the Ruined Garden which is set up in the ruins of a courtyard of an house and decked out with plants to make a lovely setting. The prices weren't that cheap, but the food was excellent, ...

    Morocco Profile: Ancient Berbers - The Arab Spring

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 15, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the Treaty of Fes. Under a second treaty signed by Spain and France, Spain is granted a Zone of Influence in the northern coastal regions and the country is divided between French and Spanish protectorates. The sultan retains only a figurehead role.

    1921 - 1956
    Tribal rebellions and strong opposition to French and Spanish rule. The Istiqlal Party is founded in 1943 to press for independence.

    Moroccan independence. Spain ...