Riad Tizwa Fes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Tizwa Fes
There are 8 or so rooms throughout the house, each unique. Ours was large and right off the courtyard so not very private. The bathroom was very small with a makeshift shower. In comparison, it would've been nice to stay in one of the other rooms especially since they were not occupied. Nice rooftop terrace.
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... It has been very fun exploring by myself and trying things out myself. I have had a good time and seen some incredible things. Boy is it hot, it's far hotter than it usually is in the Medina this time of year apparently. It is such a run down country but there are so many interesting elements to it. Such as the Kings palace in every single city. It's been 3 days of being scared but 3 days of learning new things about myself which can never be a bad thing. In the last ...
... to make although there is a very inviting pool at the hotel. This hotel appears to be the most luxurious of the lot we stay in. There is a delay here for some security reason (I think because security sounds the same in French). It sounds like three quarters of an our but again it could be anything. I'll type away for a while, Lee will snooze but I'll keep an eye on the battery life on the iPad, not wanting it to fall below about 40%. Despite the hotel being excellent ...
... course and stole a whole bag of food from us and one of my friends got too close and the monkey back slapped him and hissed at him. I couldn't stop laughing. The drive to the desert was incredible. There were loads of clay houses in the foothills of the mountains and the canyons. Unfortunately when we got to the desert town of Rissani (one of the poorest and roughest places I've seen on my trip so far) there was terrible flooding and we literally had to drive through a river to get to ...
... that entire time. The ruins include an entrance arch and wide boulevard, a temple, the Capital, areas for houses and public baths, and several well preserved or restored mosaic floors. It reminded me a lot of the ruins at Pompeii and shows that the Romans had a rough blue print for their cities that they followed whether it be in Western Europe, the Mediterranean, or Africa. The site was abandoned by the 11th century, with most Muslim inhabitants moving to Moulay Idriss just a ...
... a new moon night. It did get breezy and with that, fine particles of sand making it inconvenient to sit outside for long. Hamid, the cook cum caretaker at the camp rustled up some, what else, tagine and salad, and sat down with me to talk while I ate. A chap with hardly any formal schooling, he too had a good English, which he says is something of an acquired learning, from nearly 10 years of speaking to tourists. At 24 years of age, he has been at this job from 14 years.