Fez at Sunset

After driving through Volubilis and Meknes, we made to Fez.

Our dar was in the medina, and we had a very fun time trying to get through all of the people in the tiny streets. Once we got there, we were stunned at how beautiful our Dar Seffarine was. The owner did an amazing job restoring the multi-floor building. Best of all, given that the master suite was not used, we got a free upgrade.

Over the next day or so we spent some time exploring Fez, going through the Ifrane Provence with friendly driver & guide, and enjoying the evenings in Fez. We got to see a lot of the history of the local area and the city, interact with the local monkeys, ride horses without any safety gear, bought gifts in the various little shops, and ate amazing home cooked meals at our dar.

This was a fantastic way to end our trip in Morocco. However, we had a terrible time with leaving the country. Needless to say Royal Air Moroc was not the best experience. I captured our struggles in a twitter storm here. Anyway, I hope to be back to Morocco sometime in the future.

Monica and a barb horse
Barbary macaque monkey
Dar Seffarine
Fez from the Southern Tower
Fez Medina
Textile Mill
Spice Market
Chouara Tannery
Metalplate GalvanizingNejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and CraftsDar Seffarine's Alla
Fez at Night