Sidi Harazem Hotel

Sidi Harazem, Fes, -, Morocco
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Water in Morocco

by xuessium

Generally bottled mineral water is the best bet for travellers and they are quite cheap (about 3.50 MAD for a bottle).

Common dominant brands include Sidi Ali and Sidi Harazem for still waters and Oulmes for sparkling.

Mineral Water is a must!

by girladventure

Mineral water in Morocco is usually referred to by brand name, Sidi Harazem, Sidi Ali or the naturally sparkling Oulmes .

I prefer Sidi Ali--no taste. The other two have a distinct taste that I don't like. But then it's a matter of preference, you can try all three. They're really cheap and you can get them anywhere.

Water

by JamalMorelli

Buy Sidi Ali or Sidi Harazem bottled water - only from the stores and never from children on trains or buses - carry it with you everywhere.

Spa village Sidi Harazem

by 78Eva

Sidi Harezem is a small spa village just outside Fes. They produce a mineral water there that tastes quite awful (I much preferred Sidi Ali).
Doing sports in Arab countries can be a bit difficult, especially for girls (however, I heard from a befriended girl in Fes that she sometimes went to a gym so there must be some in Fes. Swimming can be difficult. The only swimming-pools are often in the expensive, posh Western hotels, and there aren't any.
If you want to go swimming in Fes, you can take the bus to Sidi Harezem where there is a swimming-pool. There is one very large, supposedly "mixed" one for women and men (haha), but as a woman I would never go there. If you can't be left alone in the streets, guess what it'll be like walking around in a swimsuit among all the men!
There is a smaller one for women only, surrounded by high walls. It's actually very small, just a little round pool but it'll suffice to swim around a bit and cool off and have a fun day. Some men in the swimming-pool on the other side actually climbed up on the highest hill on their side and were trying to steal some glances at the women near the women's pool (how desperate must they be!). But the walls are really to high to let any men look at you, they'll at most see you heads and that, too, only of they try really hard.

November and Winter in Morocco

by JamalMorelli

WHERE TO GO? A few thoughts...
Unless freezing wind is your thing, I personally would avoid the coast for anything romantic travel where you can enjoy the wildness of the Atlantic - because those winds are going to be cold and tough on you. The interior gets really chilly, too. Bring an extra jacket and a lover. If you think one of your lovers is open to it, bring another lover since it is a precautionary move to cure an abnormally low body temperature, the condition of hypothermia.

The exception to this is Agadir which has God-sent weather which is generally perfect on it's beaches - all year round. Heavy sweaters, scarves, winter hats, gloves, thick long pajamas

You can also buy all of these things in the sooq or the Marjane supermarkets, while here in Morocco. Toilet Paper: Toiletries & Medical Supplies: I need to stress that for men and women coming from the west that you keep a roll of toilet paper or something to wipe yourself with at all times. Fes may be a major tourist destination but don't think that means the service resembles Club Med - you are in a city from the middle ages and everything will remind you of that - especially the hole in the floor toilets with the little faucets to wash with near the floor. You will feel more comfortable - don't forget your tissues... LOOK at all the pictures here (all shot in November)
INCLUDING THE WEATHER IN BOTH CELSIUS AND FARENHEIT
in Marrakesh, Fes, the mountains... Camping - heavy blankets, warm sleeping bag, Prepare for cold weather in most of Morocco - only the deep south will you find warm weather that you could possibly swim in.

Buy Sidi Ali or Sidi Harazem bottled water - only from the stores and never from children on trains or buses - carry it with you everywhere.

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