Riad Laayoun

Address: 47 derb Thakharbicht, Fes, 30000, Morocco | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 47 derb Thakharbicht, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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      Travel Blogs from Fes

      Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

      A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

      23 photos

      ... turned potter's wheel, to watching a tile mosaic table being made, to seeing the bowls and pitchers and vases just prior to going into the kiln. Since we were the only people there, it felt like we were getting a private "behind the scenes" tour of how all the ceramics that we saw in the medina were actually made. The large courtyard that the buildings surrounded was filled with different sizes and shapes of mosaic tables and wall fountains- larger scale pieces of artwork that ...

      O what a day!

      A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 30, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... do together to relax or before a special occasion, such as a wedding. It is basically like a spa treatment where the therapist completely exfoliates us with an olive oil and black soap exfoliant, then covered us from our hair to our toes with a clay mask. It finished with them showering us & washing and brushing our hair. There can not possibly be a single piece of dead skin left in my body! For both of us it was definitely a very unusual experience but we both really enjoyed ...

      Day 4: Fes

      A travel blog entry by pod53 on Jan 29, 2014

      5 photos

      ... our local tour guide we were able to see some beautiful pottery being made at a local shop/school, visit a tannery, and a weaving shop. Most of the day was spent meandering through the souq, which is a complex maze of twisting alleys and blind turns. The alleys are narrow, at some points small enough that my umbrella touched both walls. Turning a corner, you often-times will come face-to-face with a donkey carrying wares ...

      And the journey begins...

      A travel blog entry by melanielacava on Sep 17, 2013

      6 comments, 5 photos

      ... and forested areas. Moroccan drivers are pretty crazy, and it seems like many people ignore traffic rules, which made for an exciting drive. There were roundabouts at most corners (shout out to Bird Rock!) and I didn't see any traffic light on the 1.5 hour drive. I did see a lot of animals- sheep herds crossing the road; chickens, cows and donkeys in people's front yards; cats roaming the streets; dogs with or without owners; and even a little turtle that ...

      Medina Madness

      A travel blog entry by jj3101 on Sep 05, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... seating and boarding so it didn't impact us but when we got on board we found out why. We were flying with Ryan Air and as first timers did not realise that everybody else on the plane did not have assigned seats, so it was like seagulls to a stray hot chip at the beach. Moral of the story is we highly recommend paying the additional fee.

      Arrival into Fes was as to be as expected. A tiny little cement shack in the middle of nowhere. We stepped onto ...