Riad Les Oudayas

Address: 5/6 Derb Hl Hamia, Fes, 50000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5/6 Derb Hl Hamia, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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    Travel Blogs from Fes

    Handy Crafts and Hilly Roads

    A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 16, 2014

    29 photos

    ... is a predominantly Muslim country, there is no alcohol for sale in the medina and even in the rest of the city is hard to come by. No bars, no wine with dinner, no cocktails on the terrace after a day of shopping. We would have to make do with tea and our one cup of coffee in the morning. I read a book about life in Fes and the author noted that you could go into the New Town (Ville Nouveau) and buy wine or liquor at a store there, but if the taxi driver heard the clink of the ...

    We Leave The Compound

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... it is easier for her that way but we invited her over to sit with us. Attempting to use a dictionary and a translation app on my phone we learned that Hadija was married at 15 years old and had a 1.5 year old Aube and a 14 year old. As we tried to remark on the age difference more kids seemed to pop up and a 20 year old was also in the picture but not living withy her. Okay we are done but no - there is also a 22 year old who drives a taxi. We asked ...

    Morocco. A seat by the window, please.

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Aug 08, 2014

    7 comments, 7 photos

    ... she sat and joined me and then we headed off into the medina to explore some. When we'd grown tired of that we stopped for some very Moroccan sweet mint tea which I'm absolutely loving and then walked up the hill just outside the medina on the way up to the Spanish mosque, though we didn't make it all the way, to watch the sun set over the town. We then made our way back down and shared a delicious and very filling meal back in the main square, looking out into the passing crowd ...

    Fes: At Last Macke's Medina and the Elusive Donkey

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 16, 2014

    29 photos

    ... of Fes Jdid or New Fes.

    During the Saadian** reign (1554 - 1658), most of Morocco was constantly under threat of invasion. Most of its ports were invaded by either France or Spain and the Ottoman Empire was threatening on the east front. Consequently, the Saadians devoted their time to the fortification of Fes by erecting fortresses or bastions to protect it from foreign incursions. Similarly, the following Alaouite Dynasty placed a great ...

    Morocco Profile: Ancient Berbers - The Arab Spring

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 15, 2014

    4 photos

    ... in Western Sahara but the situation remains undecided. Today, relations remain strained between Morocco and Algeria, Spain, and other Arab Maghreb Union nations of Libya, Mauritania and Tunisia over sovereignty of Western Sahara.

    1999
    King Hassan II is succeeded by his son Mohammed VI. A popular and more liberal leader, Mohammed VI enacts reforms to modernise the country and improve the human rights of the peoples of Morocco. Morocco retains ...