Riad Al Pacha
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Al Pacha Fes
A great Riad, looks beautiful with the most amazing view over Fes on the terrace.
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... temple, with only the columns remaining
- The remains of the basilica, with an arched entranced exterior wall
- The Arch of Caracalla (aka the Triumphal Arch)
- The remains of the baths, including an ancient restroom complete with toilet seats carved out of the stone.
After passing through the baths, we entered a square room with no roof, but all four stone walls intact. Our guide sat on a bench in the middle of the room and lined us up along the wall. ...
... leather and only use natural dyes on the leather, i thought i might actually vomit, both Sarah and myself had to take a few slow deep breaths and sniff a lot on this sprig of mint. Sarah told me when we made our way down that she had a great laugh at me when she looked over only to see me with my whole sprig of mint actually up my nose. After a necessary purchase of a camel leather satchel bag we made our way out, stuffy air never smelt better. After a ...
... floors so you have to use your imagination a little bit.
We are both feeling a bit jaded so decide to head back to Meknes stopping there to have a quick look at the town and a late lunch. Both the town (the small part we saw) and the lunch were ok but nothing amazing.
We both really enjoyed Fez and the Medina is very fascinating and a great place to lose yourself. You can easily imagine that the Medina has not actually changed that ...
... of sleeping under the stars we woke up to see the sunrise over the dunes. We then hopped back on the camels to bring us back to the original meeting point. At the "hotel" we had a chance to shower off after 48 hours in the sand and head back to Fes.
6 am the next morning our flight back to Rome took off. Back to the my home base for my last night abroad. Best semester I could have ever imagined. ...
... man. While there was some interesting information given, it was hard to get past the "buy, buy, buy" attitude. I sometimes felt as though they hurried through the information to then get us to buy the products we 'learned' about. Inevitably, I learned more about the processes and production then I would have had I not stopped at the shop period, but I was disappointed in how much focus was placed on transactions of money as opposed to information.