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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Ghita Fes
What a beautiful introduction to Moroccan style! Lovely rooms in a refurbished 16th (??) century riad, just inside the gates of the fantastic Fes medina. We had excellent dinner and breakfast here, too. Watch the stairs, and thank heavens for the lovely staff who carried our luggage up and down!!
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... vegetables: fried eggplant, zucchini with a light tomato sauce, spicy olives, caramelised carrots, and some other mix of vegetables and luscious flavours that we couldn't identify - this was my favourite. Next, chicken tagine with olives and lemon, and that doesn't begin to describe its deliciousness. Finally, a light sponge-type cake with a streak of apricot (I think) through it and a light yoghurty topping. It made a late night but made a perfect start to our stay in ...
... think he is fully awake at the moment as although he sounds American he has only muttered a single 'mornin'. I think he too is here for the sunrise although his timing is probably a bit better than mine. I have that dilemma about continuing to type or saving battery power again. As there's no power up here I'm using battery and then I suffer a bit through the day although as the wifi is so poor (did I mention that?) I may not need the iPad so much. I ...
For our journey to Fez we decided to save some money by getting a bus instead of a train. We couldn't find too much info about the mystical bus so decided to just walk around the bus stops and try and figure it out with our handful of French words and traveller spirit. The spirit disappeared pretty quickly thanks to the pouring rain, the strain of walking with our very heavy bags and the frustration of having no idea where we were going. Eventually someone pointed us in a ...
... a wonderful fountain that graces the center of the courtyard. The walls are covered with intricate mosaics or exquisitely carved stucco, that is typical of the interior decorations of royal buildings in Fez. We enjoy an excellent Moroccan lunch here, with the highlight being the opportunity to take in all of the beauty that surrounds us here. It is definitely like something out of a movie. in beautiful courtyard of an old home.
After lunch, we spent ...
... can easily imagine that the Medina has not actually changed that much over the centuries and we can only hope it stays that way. While we did not do lots here, just the things we wanted, there are numerous other activities offered through accommodation providers and also Fez can be a useful base to visit other nearby towns if they spark your fancy. OK post is long enough time to leave it at that and head off to the next stop: Chefchouen. ...