Riad Fes Baraka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... welcomed with a mint tea and biscuits, shown around, and offered dinner on the rooftop terrace. Yes please! This is not a restaurant but a service offered to guests for 25 Euro. There were three other diners and one waiter who softly explained each course. Apparently there is a local woman in the kitchen. I hope she gets paid well. The menu? Soup with chick pea and rice served with Moroccan bread and some kind of sweet side dish we couldn't identify; 5 small plates ...
... on!). I can smell baking bread. We saw a bakery in the medina last night. There are several which is no surprise in a population of just over a million. And yes families here do bring their own bread, vegetable and meats to be cooked in the ovens once the morning and afternoon bakes are completed. It's common to send the kids down to the bakery to pick up the evening meal that they had sent down a few hours earlier. Someone else has sort of joined me. ...
... where by coincidence it turned the owner was also in charge of the previous hostel we had stayed at in Fez. He invited us to have some of a huge couscous platter he was eating and despite having eaten a few minutes before we couldn't turn down free food and tucked in. By the time we headed off to catch our coach we felt suitably stuffed and ready for long overnight trip to the ...
... entrance point, we must make at least 25 different turns and zig zags until we come to a relatively nondescript door that looks like nothing special. The door itself is 8 feet tall, and penetrates a wall that appears to be approximately 25 feet in height.
Nothing could prepare you for the incredibly beautiful scene that greets us upon entry to this beautiful private home, owned by a very wealthy family in Fez. The enormous columns create a stunning ...
... are no complete building left, instead just the pillars of temples and ruined 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. <b> OVERALL:</b> We both really enjoyed Fez and the Medina is very fascinating and a great place to lose ...