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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it was late evening but also because we had no knowledge of exactly where we were. The Muslim calls to prayer occur five times a day. That first afternoon we heard the call at around 5pm, 8pm and 9pm. We are situated among some 250 mosques on the old Fez Medina. There are two tall towers on either side of our terrace and as it open to the entire home we heard the prayers very well. They actually have megaphones attached to the towers and project the ...
... of the synagogue to a view of the Jewish cemetery below. The buildings of the Mellah seemed higher, narrower and more closely spaced. One of the streets was lined with harmonious uniform buildings with finely carved wooden balconies, characteristic of the Jewish architecture of Fes.
We returned to the riad several hours later to put our feet up before venturing out for an early dinner at the Ruined Garden, a popular ...
... on a slight rise overlooking green verdant fields. Really beautiful setting. We walked around the site with another Hamid guiding us and telling us the history and interesting stories about the structure and the beautifully preserved mosaic murals. We started out dry but the rain started to spit down halfway round and worked its way up to a drizzle for the last section. Bit of a challenged holding an umbrella and trying to take photos at ...
OMG, we are so tired but I must say we did our part to help the economy of Fes. Too tired for shooffing tonight. Dinner at a little “fast food” restaurant across the street from our hotel. Football – aka soccer – was the thing here – blasting from special speakers all over the restaurant. I thought I ordered a sandwich but I was given a Kebab and tea. Just rollin’ with it… ...
... pool that helped wash the desert dust away.
We left for Fes on an overnight bus in the midst of one nasty sandstorm. We arrived at 3.45am and fortunately the owner of the hotel we'd booked let us in early. It's a beautifully restored 300 year old Riad and right in the heart of the medina. Apparently there are over 9400 alleys and 350 mosques in this old part of town and as I write we can hear the call to prayer. They say in The Lonely Planet that this is ...