Riad Youssef

Address: Talaa Derb Ben Aich no42 bis, Fes, 30000, Morocco | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on Talaa Derb Ben Aich no42 bis, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Chefs du Jour

A travel blog entry by oski on Nov 18, 2014

19 photos

... would be our group-prepared three-course lunch. We had enjoyed the aubergine salad of the night before (make with roasted eggplant) and loved the garlic and white bean soup that we had for breakfast in our dar the morning before, so picking those two starters was quite easy. For the entrées, though, it was a bit harder. We could choose from a variety of delicious looking dishes, like lamb or chicken tajine, bastilla, baked fish and potatoes with chermoula, and rfissa ...

Introduction to Fez and Throwback Airline

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 09, 2014

9 photos

... a number of narrow paths 'streets' some as wide as my arms. The old city is one of the largest car free residential areas - can't recall if in the world or just Africa but feel free to look it up :) We were met at the private Riad by Simohammed the house manager. He is about 22 I would guess and was born and still lives in Fez - about a 15 minute walk away. He speaks English well and is even on Whatsapp so I can text him any questions we have. He explained a ...

Morocco. A seat by the window, please.

A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Aug 08, 2014

7 comments, 7 photos

... a lovely handmade leather handbag to replace the one I've been using as the old one was cheap and beginning to fall apart. When we went into the store we were given some demonstrations of the quality of the leather such as holding a lighter up to it to show no chemicals are used or pouring water over it or scrunching it up to show that it will last. After the tanneries we wandered aimlessly in an uphill direction and remarkably found ourselves exactly back where we had ...


A travel blog entry by alice-patrick on Jan 05, 2014

6 comments, 40 photos

... Of course, we paid too much, we knew that when the store owner threw in a few other trinkets with my wall hanging...I was immediately fired from haggling.

Next stop, rug shop. Our tour guide took us into a rug shop and we receive a warm welcome, went up to the roof for some photos of the Medina stretching into the distance and are then taken back down for a glass of mint tea, and surprise, were shown some rugs. No pressure, no hard sell, ...

Won't Haggle???

A travel blog entry by mushbird25 on Nov 15, 2013

10 photos

... shops, bustling with people and donkeys. We were taken to the local tanneries to be shown how the leather is made. On entry we were given mint sprigs to try and mask the smell of rotting meat. The men work in horrible conditions putting leather into water baths to dye the leather. It did make us appreciate the effort that goes into making our leather bags although I still wasn’t willing to pay £100 for a carpet bag!!