I have been reading reviews of accommodation in Fes until my head is spinning. Each time I think I've found the perfect place to stay I read a negative report which puts me off it. For example, Dar el Yasmine looked great untiI noticed the landlord has a tendency to overbook and send people to the second, less salubrious, dar.
I will be arriving in Fes in the mid-afternoon by rail. Is it practical to just wander into the Medina and drop in on dars and riads until I find one I like? I have done that in many places around the world but sometimes the reactions from landlords when I decided not to stay have been a bit hostile. Is that a possibility in Morocco?
Is there a danger that everything may be fully booked in the first week of July? Ramadan does not start until the following week.
I can stay three or four days, then I head for Casablanca to leave Morocco. Would the fourth night be better spent in Fes or dropping in on Meknes for one night en-route?
All advice gratefully received.