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 debbie.chung on May 07, 2014

        24 photos

        ... Port !V (French cuisine). It was nice for a change. We both had a seafood soup for starters. It was like a bouillabaisse served with croutons and gruyere cheese. I had fish & chips; Chris ordered white anchovies. Cost MAD340 - AUD$45

        A slight detour was made on our return journey when Yahya took us to Malabata (on the other side of the bay of Tangier) - site of many new hotels (and Casino).


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        A travel blog entry by ar123 on Mar 22, 2014

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... how many detours or adjustments they made they stayed on they same compass point. The people have given warnings about thieves and tribes, but they never came across them. Until, one night the caravan driver said there were rumors about tribe being near. ...

        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! ...

        Adventure: trip to Tanger, Morocco

        A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Oct 14, 2013

        47 photos

        ... with men, other women, children, and in groups. We thought this unusual for Arabic Muslims. Rashid told us that the original inhabitants of Tanger were Berbers, who now represent 60% of the population. Berbers give their women much more freedom than their Arabian counterparts do. The bus stopped three times: at the lighthouse that marks the meeting of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, at a spot to take photos with camels that, fortunately ...


        A travel blog entry by colinward on May 06, 2013

        5 photos

        ... and I didn't know what to expect, but the place was great! I didn't even know a place that nice existed in Morocco after being outside for the whole morning. We sat down on couch-like seats and were served about 4 great courses. And there was a little band playing in the corner of the restaurant. I didn't want to leave that place it was so cool. After lunch we were given rides back to the hotel...no I didn't forget the "s", we actually got a ...