Sogatour Moulay Yacoub

Address: B.P. 40 Centre Moulay Yacoub, Moulay Yacoub, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on B.P. 40 Centre Moulay Yacoub, Moulay Yacoub.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool


          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Room service

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          Travel Blogs from Moulay Yacoub

          Visits to Volubilis, Meknes and on to Fes campsit

          A travel blog entry by jimrob on Nov 08, 2015

          6 photos

          ... then had a simple lunch and people watched in the Square.
          Not following instructions on how to get out of town, Jim went the wrong way. This time it didn't work so we had to do a U turn and go back the proper way. A drive of just over an hour through very impressive agricultural land and we arrived at our campside on the outskirts of Fes. Hot water in this site, but very little lighting to ...

          Food, glorious food ...

          A travel blog entry by howardstein on Oct 17, 2015

          9 photos

          ... Each had a different flavour, sweetness, and consistency. The farmers rent space for the beehives to be set up so that a specific pollen gets used by the bees. We also had khlia, spiced meat cooked in its own fat and stored in the fat so that it will keep ready for eating for at least a few months. It is good with eggs, like salami. In the spice shop we were treated to smelling about fifteen different spices. The most remarkable was black anise from the nigella flower. It causes ...

          Fez Mellah, Medina, and crafts

          A travel blog entry by howardstein on Oct 16, 2015

          5 photos

          ... of a lesson in Moroccan Judaism. We saw how Jews were buried so that lengthwise over the bodies was a mound in which was placed the marker with the decease's name etc. All the old graves and land between them are covered with concrete band whitewashed frequently. Some of these mounds also had a small much in it where memorial candles are burned. This is the largest Jewish cemetery in Africa. Next we walked the streets of the Mellah seeing some very interesting balconied buildings, ...


          A travel blog entry by rubberdown on Mar 13, 2015

          3 comments, 18 photos

          ... Funny how some people say the same things about our government. Once you get away from the bigger cities the you find most things as they were for hundred of years. The main form of transport is still by donkey in the small villages and the secondary roads are as they were 47 years ago. I still can't believe York, Rick, Mark, Sue and I drove on about the same roads long ago in a London Taxi. They are a little challenging on a motorcycle let alone in the taxi. I suppose ...


          A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Jan 05, 2014

          6 comments, 40 photos

          ... the ladies were more focused on being the life of the party and got up to dance and generally call lots of attention to themselves. Heather and I were encouraged to join in the dancing and even though we did not speak the language we were made to feel welcome.

          During the party we were served lots of lovely little cookies and sweets. After a few hours we decided that the cookies we had been enjoying were going to have to fill in for dinner. ...