Ibis Moussafir Fnideq

Address: Lotissement Hay Bab Sebta, Fnideq, 10000, Morocco | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Lotissement Hay Bab Sebta, Fnideq, is near El Conjunto Monumental de las Murallas Reales and Feria Insular de Artesania.
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    Travel Blogs from Fnideq

    Final episode - Riff Raff in the Rif

    A travel blog entry by burkeys on May 22, 2015

    5 comments, 25 photos

    ... the hillside for acres as we wandered around the site. You could disappear down an unmarked well if you’re not careful because not all parts of the site are roped off; but for 10 dirham entrance fee - 80p and no gladiators posing we found it very refreshing. And it’s not everywhere you’d get an Iconic stork nestling on a Unesco preserved Roman Pillar.

    Following a sign way in to the hills to Camping Panorama, ...

    Summary (51-71) March 20

    A travel blog entry by mersaxon on Mar 20, 2014

    1 photo

    Santiago had been working at the crystal shop for a few months. The shop was busier than ever, bring new costumers everyday. As the business grew they began selling tea, and put a shelf with samples of the crystals at the bottom of the hill, tempting people walking by. By the time eleven months had passed, Santiago had earned enough money to buy more than two flocks of sheep. The day he left the crystal shop, he stopped by the same cafe he had come to the day he had arrived. As he ...

    Feliz Navidad from Ceuta, Spain!

    A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Dec 01, 2013

    2 comments, 30 photos

    Hola mi familia y mis amigos! This week Paddy, Adam, Kevin and I traveled to Ceuta, a Spanish colony on the coast of Morocco. We had to make the trip to renew our passport stamps, since we are only allowed in Morocco for 90 days without a working visa. We chose to go to Ceuta because it's the closest place we can cross a border, and we had heard from other researchers that it's a nice little town. It turned out to be a great trip, and I got to put my limited knowledge of Spanish to use! ...

    Last Moroccan stop...a bus stop???

    A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Aug 18, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... it stops a one, people get off and we take no particular notice - it is simply on the side of what appears to be a relatively main road. After several minutes the driver comes down the isle, and asks "You,Tangiers? Yes. we are....pointing outside he then says "final destination". So the drop of in Tangiers is not a bus station or terminal, it is on the side of the road, with two young men in CTM Bus uniforms standing there. That's it. ...

    Post-visit: (0339) Swimming in Tamud

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 03, 2013

    16 photos

    Day 213 Day totals: 14 hrs, 22.2 kms I don't expect to make any earth shattering cultural discoveries today. It's basically going to be a 22 kilometer touristy beach stretch. No problem. A good opportunity to just soak in all that I've experienced on these epic hike. It starts out with a wide, long boardwalk with multiple walking/jogging paths being put to use by the locals, many of them women. Women out on ...