Rehmani Family in Fes
Posted Apr 30, 2014
Travellers Beware: AU$ is not accepted and no institution will accept or exchange it.
Fes is medieval city dating back to 12th century, it is on UNESCO heritage listing. It is the Medina that people come to see and it has 2 main streets, both are very narrow, There is hardly any room to drive cars inside and you will not see anything other than Donkey, Mule and motorbikes. Shops vendor will pastor you to buy goods, but in a subdued approach. There is hardly any good eating place, every time you dine out, you take a risk of food poisoning, they lack cleanliness and there a shortage of hygiene.
Fes is only good for 1 full day or the most is 2 nights. There is not much on offer, we stayed three nights and found it a bit dragging.
Travel from Fes to Marrakech and it was much more interesting and had lot to offer.
This Hotel is an old house in a dark alley, all outer walls supported by timber beams, inside is pleasing, nice terrace, breakfast is served by a local family, they are very pleasant people. Host Graham is friendly, he is English so he speaks English, Clean hotel, beds are very hard, blanket is local made is heavy and hard to control. WiFi works very well
I had problem cashing my Aussie dollars, Graham accepted payment in AU$, site says this hotel accepts credit card, this is not the case. Hardly anybody accepts credit card in this city.