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  • “One of the most treasured memories of Morocco”Morocco was made special because of this man - Kamal Chaoui, a Berber, a scientist, a humanist and an educator of all things Moroccan, with a wonderful cook and assistant. He has a vivacious enthusiasm, a wonderful charm and pride in his place, in his home and of his town. We stayed in his beautiful guest house that was decorated with ornate handcrafted decorations and wonderful bespoke pieces, that made every space in the house unique. It really was a down to earth, yet magnificently elegant place to stay - with incredible food. Everybody who was part of the guest house made us feel special, welcome and warm. We really did feel at home. The breakfast was the best breakfast we had on our entire trip, as well as the dinner! He then took us on an excursion to a mountain close to the guesthouse and we had a barbecue with a few members of a Berber tribe and a lovely walk. He took us around Bhalil - such a unique and wonderful village. It sort of feels like you are traveling back in time. I really will treasure those memories forever. If anyone is thinking about Morocco - please put this as you 'must see' 'to do list'. It really will be worth it.Dar kamalChaoui is located in Bhalil 24km close to Fez, 3 km to Sefrou, 46 km from Ifrane and the Middle Atlas www.kamalchaoui.com
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  • http://www.kassr-fes.com/The fantastic beauty of this house can barely be described and the only suggestion is to go in Fes and have a look. Almost completely renovated after two years of works it host a cultural center as well a restaurant. The central pool is very nice and alone is a piece of art among many others in the house. We had the pleasure to go there an evening when the owner was there and he allowed us to visit the house; full of art pieces
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  • mountainside jewel of a historical city ful of interesting and beautiful sights, sounds, smells, and events
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  • This is smaller and older feeling than Marrakech and much less touristy. I loved that people are busy working, not just waiting for you to come by so they can urge you to buy something. Gotta see the leather dye vats from a shop above where you can buy leather goods. I had to buy some pointy shoes and a carpet. I wanted to come home with a copper pot, the perfect size for cannibals to cook a whole family, but of course it wouldn't fit in my luggage. Lots of points of interest in the neighborhood too.
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