Riad Fes Baraka

16 Derb Bennani, Fes, 30100, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Cannaregio area of Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    Travel Blogs from Fes

    Fronting up to Fez!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Mar 29, 2014

    18 photos

    ... by loads of faux guides wanting to take us in, we crossed the river and approached from the other side. We were standing there on the outside of the walls working on our strategic plan when a guy came over and offered to take us up to the terrace of his shop. He promised splendid views, said he would explain the process and if we didn't want to buy anything, then maybe just a tip. We opted for this. He said if we had come with a guide, the prices on anything ...

    Morocco; We have the clocks and they have the time

    A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Mar 17, 2014

    16 photos

    ... this country. It is safe; the greatest danger to tourists is overpaying for lunch or a carpet. The buses and trains are clean, comfortable and efficiently run. We are treated with kindness and generosity by most of the people we meet. Moroccans are notoriously aggressive salesmen, sometimes hassley touts but they are also gracious and helpful. The women are shy but always return a smile. As we depart this little town before sunrise, a stranger calls out, "Bon ...

    Another Continent Touched

    A travel blog entry by srinivasannamar on Nov 21, 2013

    28 photos

    ... in India - all I had to do was to follow the chap with the cart with my stuff. If I was expecting a grand hotel with a big portico with a liveried man wearing a Moroccan cap, I was mistaken. We went through some streets - so narrow that only one cart can go through at a time. Now I know why the cart was required. These streets put the old city of Hyderabad in India in serious competition. But well, they were functional, they were busy, and they were distinctively ...


    A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 31, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    We reluctantly leave the Sahara and travel north, through yet another gorge, but this time the weather is sunny and we are spared any traffic problems. Driving through the pass between the High Atlas and the Anti Atlas, the landscape immediately changes as we descend, transforming the desert into cedar forests and fertile valleys. These eastern cities have a particular charm not evident in Marrakech or Casablanca. They ...

    Hammam hoopla

    A travel blog entry by tipsygypsy on Sep 03, 2013

    ... to our swim bottoms in front of about ten other women in the lobby. Releasing some inhibitions, we did as we were told and were guided into the sauna. There were approximately sixty to eighty other bodies of all shapes, sizes and ages bathing with buckets of water in the steamy room. The three of us sat around awkwardly for what felt like an eternity, cracking jokes and making casual conversation. Finally, a woman rubbed soap over us one by one. The soap burned into our eyes ...