Fatima's family provides a chance to share the life of a Moroccan family in a traditional Moroccan home on the edge of Fez's Medina. I enjoyed it very much, but it is not for everyone. The address and map location in Airbnb are both wrong, making it impossible to find without help. The parents speak only Arabic and French. The teenage son speaks Arabic and English, not French. Communication problems can arise if you don't speak some French. The house is a traditional house with all rooms on a central air and light shaft, open to the sky. This, and the thick walls, moderates the temperature. The guest rooms are on the ground floor or on the roof. Those on the ground floor have no functioning doors and no windows, simply a curtain to separate them from the central air shaft. All activity in all parts of the house, including that of the family and of guests, is generally audible throughout the house. The ground floor bathroom/shower for guests is clean, but there is a water leak onto the floor. Because the floor drain is not on a low point, the floor has a persistent layer of water after a shower. The location near the Medina is excellent. I very much enjoyed being a part of Fatima's family for a week, but guests looking for privacy and solitude may have a different experience.