Riad Ibn Khaldoun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... One guy kept walking down the plane to get his bag. Suddenly the plane stopped very quickly, and this guy literally flew down the plane. Everyone on the plane was laughing at him as he slowly got up and went back to his seat. The immigration lines were easy and my taxi to the old Medina was also easy. The taxi driver was really nice because I was overpaying him but I didn't mind. Now here's where things got tricky, in the taxi I had my hostel booking email open. I don't ...
... subdued and still. It's now just past seven and still no staff. Hope the special holiday time has not started early. That could seriously impact on breakfast! Lots of tours of the Atlas Mountains and Sahara commence from Fes and it's easy to see why. The mountains loom large and dominate about 180 degrees of the landscape here. They partially ring the city and are the backdrop to many of the vistas here. Tours of the mountains and desert last about ...
... really easily and everything was ace! Fez was really cool but super chilled for us and there isn't loads to report. We spent a large proportion of the time wandering through the medina which is HUGE politely declining offers for accommodation, ***** souvenirs, food, tours, drugs and basically everything you could think of. As well as dodging mules and hurriedly walking through the meat section with its hanging camel legs and testicles, goats heads and live chickens which ...
... a couple of times on route and by the second panoramic view point i was feeling quite unwell in the stomach. About 30 mins later i was gone. I spent the last portion of the trip trying not to spill my guts. When we arrived at the hotel i was straight up to my room for a particularly disrupted nights ...
... and over 1,000 years old.
After touring the old city, we walked inside another wonderful historic building to visit a well known traditional carpet maker. Our next visit was really unique! We walked another 15 minutes from the carpet shop, through a maze of turns that we could never find ourselves, and into a very narrow alleyway, then up 14 very steep steps that led out to a patio overlooking a huge courtyard that housed well over 100 vats used ...