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


    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 03, 2014

    ... seem to be a really traditional part of their clothing. I think I managed to get a picture of one of them, but it's sort of hard because it's considered not good to take pictures of people in Islam. I'm not sure exactly what it is, but you aren't supposed to take pictures of people's faces or something. I surreptitiously got a few shots though, I think.

    Anyways, went in the church garden, and then got the gate attendant guy to let me into the ...

    Summary (33-47) March 19

    A travel blog entry by mersaxon on Mar 19, 2014

    1 photo

    Santiago had arrived in Africa. On his first day their, his money had been stolen leaving him with nothing to spend. He had become hopeless. The next day after spending the night in the town trading area he stopped by a crystal shop. He cleaned a few of the crystals in the shop and asked the man if he would give him some food. The shop keeper gave him food and asked ...

    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! ...

    The Road to Morocco

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Oct 31, 2013

    46 photos

    ... turnover. You will be faced with a tout every two steps, who all want you to come back to their stall, so when you have down one aisle, go up the second aisle and choose somewhere in that aisle, so the previous touts don’t know that you have gone elsewhere. We enjoyed a really nice tajine (meat for Nick & vegies for me) and treated ourselves to a selection of Moroccan cakes – 23 different sorts for 30 Dirhams, which is about $A3.75.


    Love struck

    A travel blog entry by irineboom on Jul 15, 2013

    1 photo

    ... her I
    would abandon my journey and stay here for her; I am totally in love with her.
    She responded that she was waiting for my visit, our encounter is a fate, but I
    shall continue my journey and we will meet again because we were meant to be
    together. I felt so encouraged by her; I will finish my journey and return to
    her to spend my life with her. Perhaps women here are all very attractive, this maybe a good place to find your ...