Riad Dar Dmana
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... I needed a taxi, just a small blue one (the cheap ones - or so I thought). A guy said that his father owned the taxi company (I should've seen the scam coming at this point) and he took me down to exchange my euros. The guy in the exchange place pointed to the taxi guy and said "this guy here, he's s good guy." How could I go wrong if the guy in the bank is saying it? He put my bags into a taxi, and as I was getting into the taxi I said "ah how much will this be?" He said "we will ...
... series of archways off the main square to see the Mausoleum of Idriss I, a site that we again could not go into because we are not Muslim. But we could peek in the main gate and see the first courtyard with its clean lines and geometric designs. While we looked a young man came up and began speaking to us in French. One of the people in our group speaks French and she was able to translate. The man told us that although we weren't able to go into the mosque we could "go up some ...
... each item really does make me appreciate the quality of the rugs, blankets and scarves they sell. I somehow resisted purchasing everything I laid eyes on, but I'm sure over the course of my six months in Morocco I am going to accumulate quite a few of these goods. Part of the experience in the medina is having shop owners try to get you to come into their shops and buy their goods. While this did get a bit annoying at times, it was mostly entertaining to ...
... Medina), walked through the blue archway with the hordes for people, past the myriad of restaurants and tourist shops and onward for the six minute walk to my Riad. As we walked, we ran into an American couple I had met at breakfast who invited me to dinner with them at the Fez Cafe. They were going to wander around for a bit wand we would meet up for dinner at 8.
We reached my Riad, I thanked Khalid profusely for the fabulous day and said goodbye. One hour later I ...
A 10 hour journey and not a lot of
sleep later we arrived in Fes at 4.30am. We decided that even though
we didnt know where or hor far the medina was- that we would try and
walk it with our big bags. We set off in the direction of all the
taxis and after quite a lot of walking I asked a man where the medina
was. He was very surprised that we were walking as it is very far