Riad Al Pacha
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A great Riad, looks beautiful with the most amazing view over Fes on the terrace.
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... let through. We got some Moroccan money and when we walked out of the airports doors we saw a sign saying 'Christine Sullivan' - our ride was here. He was a fellow of about 25 and he was born in Fez and told us about the Atlas Mountains and the different parts of Fez. I believe it was French that he knew and was speaking. He spoke about the fertile lands this side of the Atlas Mountains versus the other side the Saraha - Christine and I made eye ...
... of the synagogue to a view of the Jewish cemetery below. The buildings of the Mellah seemed higher, narrower and more closely spaced. One of the streets was lined with harmonious uniform buildings with finely carved wooden balconies, characteristic of the Jewish architecture of Fes.
We returned to the riad several hours later to put our feet up before venturing out for an early dinner at the Ruined Garden, a popular ...
... impressive. It was drizzling and just on dusk by the time we got there but our impression was of a very large, well preserved wall surrounded by a busy city with wide boulevards and lots of cars.
A short scoot down a two lane highway in the dark and we were in Fes. Once again Hamid's parking karma worked and he found somewhere to leave the car not far from our riad. They have interesting parking attendants out on the streets whose ...
After a breakfast of banana pancakes and a lush hot shower Callum took the group into Fez. First stop was the Palace and for Callum to explain some of the history of Morocco and teach us some Arabic. The only thing i've remembered is 'Shokran’ which is thanks so comes in handy. After a quick walk through a residential area with Darren entertaining the locals with some hungover dance moves we ended up at the Jewish ...
... we agree that when he returns he will take us in his car to the view points above the city to take photos, no additional charge! Not an option a large hotel would offer I guess!
Feeling so much better after a shower, we are ready to go. We do visit the scenic lookouts above town for pretty amazing panoramic views with a stop at the local ceramic factory one the way back. Not usually keen to visit places suggested by hotel owners/ taxi drivers etc (cynically believing ...