Fes or Fez (Arabic: فاس [Fās], French: Fès) is home to Morocco's oldest university and is its leading cultural and religious centre. Fez was founded in 789. History has provided the city with long periods of hardship, but Fez has never died.
From the Fes Travel Guide
The staff were incredibly helpful and friendly. The Dar was spotlessly clean and the breakfast was excellent. The Dar is very spacious and we enjoyed the living areas as well as our rooms. We got sick (not from the Dar) and the staff went out of their way to help us get a doctor and phone our travel insurance in Australia. ... more
Morocco Day 4 (3rd October 06)
* This city is unreal. Fes is believed to be the largest carfree urban area in the world. Fes is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Alley way after alley way. The main form of transport through the thousands of alleyways is by donkey. These donkeys are loaded up and are the equivelant of transport trucks ...
Posted in Allans trip to Morocco and Sth America by allan01
Week 47, 16.Jan.10 - 22.Jan.10
side, 12.5 years ago! 22.Jan.10 Fes, Morocco Sipping a whiskey and coke (took advantage that Tanger had a liquor store) up on the rooftop terrace at my hotel here in iconic Fes. Took the early morning bus today in Tanger, through the flooded Rif mountain range about 7 hours south here to Fes ...
Posted in Around the World in 1 Year by rd wrld1yr