Palais de fes Dar Tazi
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
- Smoking rooms available
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... asking in French if we would take their photo, for a fee that is. Myself and another woman bringing up the rear were accosted by 3 eleven yr olds who gave us the finger and said, 'f... you lady.' Only it was the full word. So, well most of you know me well, not to be outdone I gave them the bird and said, 'f... you too.' And I used the full word! Jo the lady with me, was more polite and said to them, 'you ought to be ashamed of ...
... you get the wrong idea, it had no air conditioning and no working seat belts, door locks, or window openers in the back seat. Our driver waited for an hour and a half while we visited the site then took us on the Moulay Idriss for a one hour stop before returning us to Meknes. Moulay Idriss is a small village near Volubilis. It is named after Idris, the grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, who established the city near the hill of Zerhoun where ...
After a full day of driving through the beautiful mountains and hills north of Fes we finally arrived in Fes itself, a very nice medieval city with a lot of castles, city walls and gates. After negotiating the crazy traffic in the city centre, we arrived at the hotel where two more teams linked up with us. After drinking a beer together (another 4kgs from the car) it was time to rest. Tomorrow we go into the Atlas ...
... some saffron rice with a piece of carrot standing on edge in the center. It could have easily been a dish served at a very fancy restaurant. It was a wonderful surprise after a long train ride. Finding my hotel was another experience. Coming out of the train station and obviously a tourist you are immediately pounced on by taxi drivers and people wanting to be your guide. A fellow on the train told me ...
... br> It started to rain about 4am, not much I could do about it, but roll over and have the remaining hour in bed, but when I got up at 5 am it hadn't rained, my tent was dryish so rather than tempt fate, I rolled up my kit and put my tent away, just in case,
I was right doing that, it was chucking it down by 5:30 and everyone was running about getting stuff away, mine was in thee truck, dryish, ...