Riad Fes Baraka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... me like 'what is this stupid girl doing with this much ****?' It was at this moment that I realised I had too much stuff. So after I recovered from my embarrassment and grazed knees (that were now bleeding), I caught a bus to Fes from Chefchaouen. Fes is an ancient city, as it houses the oldest university in the world and the oldest part of the city dates back to the 9th century. Yet I wasn't totally sold on this city. As soon as I arrived here I was warned by the hostel workers that ...
... a price, so we planned to give him 50 dirhams. The lonely planet site says you can get a tour of the city for as low as 30 dirhams, so 50 felt right. We only had 200's, though, so we mentioned that we would need to go get some food for lunch and then we could give him something for surprising us with a mountain climb. He mentioned that he knew a good restaurant across the square, so we followed him across the square and past several cafes to a cafe on the north end of the ...
Today the skies opened, the winds howled, and the temperature dropped so that we could see our breath. Unfortunately, today was the day that was scheduled to walk around Fes from 9am to 4pm. But what can you do? Fes is the artisan capital of Morocco. The city is gorgeous, it was just too bad that we had to see it on such a cold rainy day. Craftwork made and sold in Fes is considered amongst the best in the country. During our ...
My adventure began with 29 hours of travel... San Diego to New York to Paris and finally to Fez, Morocco. I somehow managed to fit everything I need for the next six months in a suitcase, backpack and purse... Mind you, my suitcase is 51 pounds and my backpack is bursting at the seams ( I may or may not have a rain jacket shoved into the water bottle pocket of my backpack and a snow jacket in the laptop sleeve...) but hey, you gotta do what you gotta do!
... to go to MacDonald’s. There are liquor stores, but they wrap the purchases up in newspaper to disguise the contents. While the hotels have bars for the tourists, most local restaurants don’t serve liquor, beer or wine. We did pass a couple of bars for locals- men only of course. They are private clubs with bars in the blacked out, barred windows, the doors are always locked and the bartenders are women, which is, I guess, a bit scandalous.
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