Riad Le Calife

Address: 19 bis derb el Ouarbyia, Fes, 30000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 19 bis derb el Ouarbyia, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    Travel Blogs from Fes

    Another day in Fes

    A travel blog entry by halliday on Jul 16, 2015

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... making place where they famously dye the leather by trampling it in outside tubs. It looked very unpleasant work, dirty, arduous and all under the hot Moroccan sun.

    We had lunch in the Medina - a three course meal - and walked on. Unbelievably when we stepped out of the restaurant there were a few drops of rain but it didn't amount to anything more. It was a bit cooler however.

    The Medina was full on and the smells, the people, the ...

    Paris Weeks 4-6 (apparently)

    A travel blog entry by hendricksone on May 03, 2015

    97 photos

    ... study-abroad experience. What remains to be seen: where I will be staying during the summer. Cathy tells me that I will be able to stay with Florence (my current host-mom), but that’s not set in stone, so I’ll grind my teeth in anticipation.

    Last Monday, after my interview, I went to Opéra de la Bastille, an enormous modern building that overlooks the monument denoting the old Bastille, to see Motzart’s The Magic Flute. Subtitles ...

    Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

    A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

    23 photos

    ... bought too much stuff, so we'll pass", so then he came down to 1,400. He made a show of needing to go get someone else to "approve" the 1,400. This went on for some time, with him coming down a bit and my sister coming up a bit until she got to 1,000 dirham (about $110 USD) and wasn't budging. He was still at 1,200 and didn't want to come down, so he turned to me and said "Help me out here" and I said "OK. 900," to which he made a sound that roughly translates to "You're no ...

    Morocco 3

    A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Nov 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... co travellers aren't real good at keeping good time. We then went to the gates to the royal palace which were really quite gorgeous. We had 2 guides again which was great as our English guide was able to give us heaps of information. When we were leaving we saw soldiers, including the guards in their red, green and white outfits, all arriving & extra police on duty & this was because the king was coming to the palace, which was very exciting ...

    Ancient Civilisations More Advanced Than India

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on May 23, 2014

    4 comments, 24 photos

    ... The only misstep I detected was the common misunderstanding of what a “vomitorium” was. A vomitorium is not a place Romans went to vomit in-between the courses of a lavish meal. Not only was this practise not common, but Romans had excellent plumbing that was already suitable for that purpose. A vomitorium is actually the entrances to a stadium/ampitheatre. I didn't correct our guide and I still feel guilty about it.

    A large part of the ...