Riad Dar Dmana
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... the potteries, to see them making all these pots, plates and urns we have seen around, we saw how they chip the tiles to make these mosaics, no wonder they last forever, they have been baked 2-3 times before they are even thought of being laid out in patterns
We watched them painting the art work on various plate’s and things, all very interesting
Everything we saw was for sale and ...
... reason we didn't think about it in Morocco and ate our way through salads all through our tour. I guess the hygiene there was good or we were just very lucky not to pick up some really nasty stomach bug.
FES JDID (NEW FES)
Our afternoon tour took us to the Fes Jdid or New City - not that being all of 700 years could be defined as "New".
The Fes Jdid was founded in the 13th century and was heavily fortified to protect it against ...
... with its maze of narrow unmarked and indistinguishable streets. The air is filled with the smell of donkey **** and sewage on the one hand and fresh strawberries and mint on the other. The walls support piles of broken bicycles, stacks of tires and scattered scooter parts. Men, hands thick with grease, make the necessary repairs. Donkeys and horses with hides covered in filth and open sores wait resolutely for men covered in white dust and sand carrying sacks ...
... the group and haggling over prices is an exhausting business. With relief we come to the shop which is located right above the tannery where we take a short break. On entry we are given a bunch of mint, to hold to our noses to dissipate the smells of the tannery, which is made up a series of enormous vats, filled with water and dyes, where men work in appalling conditions, tanning and dyeing ...
... blue! What makes this old city of 40,000 so picturesque is its setting against the dramatic backdrop of the Rif Mountains and it is filled with white-washed homes with distinctive powder-blue accents. Similar to Fez, it also has a car free Medina (old town) within 'castle walls', but this one is smaller and far more laid back. I didn't really feel comfortable getting lost in Fez's medina but here it was a lot of fun exploring the alleyways that are painted blue, ...