Hotel Rif

Zenkat Accra, Meknes, 50000, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Meknes

The Capital Town

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... our way to the Mausoleum of Mohammed V which is situated in the shadow of the Hassan II Tower.

The Mausoleum housed three coffins, the king himself as well as his two sons. The small building was packed with guards, one at every corner and exit. By far the most interesting feature were the mosaics that covered the walls, each an intricate geometric pattern dense with colour and interwoven forms. Just across from the grave house, on the ...

Peanut has a problem!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... to the place and decided to make it the most beautiful city in Morocco, so the medina was added, Arabic for town or city. Once he had slapped massive defensive walls around everything with nine monumental and utterly beautiful gates, he declared the city the capital of Morocco! In 1996, UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site!

Imagine a mosque and multiply by 25, then add 10 hammans (public baths), over 30 inns, hundreds of houses and ...

Meknes Medina

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... around with the guide then she took us downstairs underneath the mosque to the ablution room, where we were told about the cleaning ritual that you have to do before every prayer time. It was a room full if these kind of flower shaped fountains, but they weren't running because it wasn't prayer time (which happens five times a day). After the ablution room we went through to the Turkish baths which are under the mosque as well, but they haven't been used for years. ...

Day 20 - Fes And Back

A travel blog entry by bgill

... the sensory overload of the Medina, it was the last thing i needed. Unfortunately it got even worse as i had to share a hot, sticky carriage with a family of 6 without air con. I suppose that’s the downside of having to take second class. The family did seem nice though. It makes you think how bad we can be in the UK sometimes. 30 very slow minutes later, the train arrived in Meknes where i got the tickets for my train tomorrow then the taxi back to the ...

Rabat and Meknes

A travel blog entry by alchandler

... the agave (cactus) plant and then is dyed the various colours. ( bought a fez blue tablecloth and a purple scarf to use as a turban in the Sahara). The medinas are basically markets, that sell everything from spices, vegetables and meat, to bootleg DVDs and mobile phone cases. There are hotels and mosques within the medina. In Fes the medina is divided into three areas. The new area was established in about the 14 century. There many mode ...

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This hotel, located on Zenkat Accra, Meknes, is near Cascades d'Ouzoud and Paradise beach.
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