Riad al Bartal
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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On our first day in the medina we missed many of the historic buildings, admired some from the outside, and visited only the tannery and the Madrasa (school) Bou-Inania. The latter is one of the exceptionally fine examples of Merenid architecture to be found in the old town. These are mediaeval period buildings, built mostly in the 1300s, and are similar to the beautiful buildings to be found in Andalusia in Spain. The Madrasa Bou-Inania was ...
Sorry all that I am so late posting. I was catching up on delayed posts while in Africa and have been too tired/busy making my way around Europe to both journal and post the requisite updates for where I've been and what I've been doing. Now I'm typing some updates on my iPhoneq so typing with thumbs on a tiny screen combined with the long time gap means these will likely be shorter entries. The main point of visiting Fes is for ...
... this trip and it was interesting. Reminded me out of a James Bond movie with the cabins. I guess the language is french and Arabic, not Spanish. My french is horrible and Arabic is tough to read and say. I can't post photos anymore, the app keeps shutting down. ...
... we do have food under the floor we can call on to use, but even that has to be used sparingly
Bush camps, nope we don’t just stop and camp out, we try and find a wooded area away from view, but with plenty of firewood, its better using a campfire than gas, its faster for a start, and yes I do expect to lose weight on this trip, again, but I can afford to drop a few kilos anyway
... I made it to the hotel on. One train ticket to the main station and one cheap taxi later, I was across the street from my hotel. But not without a bit of haggling. Taxis in Morocco will try and rip you off at every stop. Grand Taxis will generally go for more money then the little Petit ones with their missing window cranks and inner door handles, and greedy drivers with dollar signs in their eyes. The first gentleman attempted to charge me 100 Dirham for ...