Ryad Al Faras

Km 2,5 route d_immouzzer, Fes, 30000, Morocco | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Marrakech to Fes

A travel blog entry by lizziejbruce


... the towns we drive through have housing construction going on on the outskirts.
10 years ago the government started to build homes out of the main centres to help house the immigrants coming down from the mountain regions looking for work due to droughts and flooding.
After huge floods in 1961 damns are also a feature around this region.
Morocco source their energy through damns, solar and wind power. A massive wind farm is due to ...

Leaving on a Jet plane (or not)

A travel blog entry by leighge

... We sat around for another half an hour, people kept asking the staff what was going on as there had been no official announcement - and we then had to ask someone who spoke English to translate for us. It was a tedious process, but we were told that we would know 'within 15 minutes' and that we would probably fly tonight. It was now 1am, and 15 minutes came and went, people were getting restless and the staff were still not really giving us any information. The ...

Morocco 1

A travel blog entry by gentoopeng


... bus and we weren't keen on 4 hours packed into an old non air conditioned bus, nor are the locals obviously. So kitty chipped in a few Dirham ( Moroccan dollars) to hire a mini bus and driver. We're getting soft, must be sleeping in a bed and not on a thin mattress in a tent that's doing it. We've entered a different world north of the Sahara desert as we explore the Arabic Africa. We have also entered an Islamic country ...

A grave mistake

A travel blog entry by twovines


... it is 11:55 and they close for lunch at 12:00. They re-open at 14:30 but we don't fancy our picnic lunch with the corpses or the beggars so we walk on up the hill. Ten minutes later we reach the afore-mentioned Merenid Hotel and just beyond it we find the ruined tombs with another white graveyard close by. Up at the tombs, which take us all of five minutes to explore, we are hassled by kids, aggressively demanding sweets, and leather salesmen. From here we ...

Intro to Morocco: Fes

A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global


... Sam’s comment: For the record we were psyched by this meal, as it was somewhere we would never think to go, and things we would never know how to order. The lunch ended up being exactly what we wanted in a Moroccan lunch- somewhere the locals regularly ate. And so cheap too!) We ate so much here we ended up not ...


This hotel, located on Km 2,5 route d_immouzzer, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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