Riad Norma

Address: 16 Derb Sornas - Ziat, Fes, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 16 Derb Sornas - Ziat, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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        Travel Blogs from Fes

        'All By Myself'

        A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Oct 01, 2015

        37 photos

        ... more dangerous to visit the palace on the him and also the Roman archway ruins on the hill that has an incredible sunset and a view of the entire Medina which is fascinating. I have been to a Tannerie and seen sheep slaughtered to make leather items which had the most horrible smell that is so distinctive that it makes you feel sick when you smell it at other points of the city. The Tannerie that I went to was fascinating, I asked a guy to lead me there and he did thankfully. ...

        Rapid blog. Stumbled on wifi connection.

        A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 21, 2015

        7 photos

        ... desolate visa we have become accustomed to. This time though it is dotted with ripening melons, cactus (that prickly pear we get) and camels. We expect the temperature to be about 34 in Fez so the views are some sort of conditioning process for us. Again we had one of those super hotel breakfasts. More than we should eat and we didn't go near the cooked selections. Cereals, juices, pastries, meat, cheese, fruits, dips and of course olives. Here olives come with ...

        Hipster stuck in the Sahara

        A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Dec 05, 2014

        21 photos

        ... it was an absolutely wonderful place to get lost in. This place was a photographers dream. Everything about it was enrapturing; the colours, the people, the smells, the laneways and especially the blue doors (I'm a sucker for a good blue door and an Arabic archway). The view from the rooftop of the hostel was also breathtaking and you could see the maze of blue houses in the medina bunched up together. I did a hike over the mountain behind Chefchaouen, and the view of the town below ...

        Romans and Arabs and Berbers (oh my)!

        A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 17, 2014

        23 photos

        ... tourism is such a key part of their economy it prevents any incidents that would reduce tourism. The second purpose is to detect and prevent terrorism. Morocco is a Muslim country, but due to the quick acting of the King during the Arab spring of 2011 and 2012, the country did not experience the level of protests as other Arab nations and the government did not respond to any of the protests that did happen with violence. In fact, after announcing reforms to the government to ...

        Adventure in Morocco...F

        A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 14, 2014

        167 photos

        ... It sits at an elevation of 1,700 feet, and was first built in the 10th century, originally built by a Berber tribe.
        The famous Sultan Moulay Ismael ruled Morocco for 55 years in 17th and 18th century and decided to make his home here. He used more than 30,000 slaves to work on building an enormous castle complex, and desired to compete with the Sun King, Louis the 14th for the grandeur of his residences and related buildings. The 27 miles of walls here ...