If you come to Taza, either to enjoy the simple life away from the bustling Fes or on your way to the region's beautiful mountains and forests, be sure to stop by this lovely spot! My only request is that visitors to this place practice responsible and sustainable tourism. Taza wants more visitors, and will welcome you with open arms, but try to avoid turning it into the amusement park that is Marrakesh and Fes... that is- don't isolate yourself from locals- try to share with them a cultural experience and learn about the area's history, culture, music, etc. and don't isolate yourself with groups of foreigners, and don't trash this comparatively clean and very safe city of parks and cafes. All that said, this family is an excellent place to start and they can point you in the right direction if you are indeed that kind of visitor. The region is also home to some incredible caves that unfortunately I did not have time to check out, along with beautiful hiking, which I did get a taste of, and to it's south, excellent backcountry skiing on BouIblane and BouNaceur during it's winter months. If anyone would like more info on how to get to these spots, I've been developing connections and can certainly help you out, or even go with you as I speak decent Arabic and get around the country without the usual tourist traps ((SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) is best: Aaron Gould-Kavet). I live in Morocco now and I will certainly be back on my future hiking, caving, and skiing trips! Stay here- good value and excellent company!