Hostal El Cano de Alpedrete

Address: Calle Cano 29, Alpedrete, Madrid, 28430, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Calle Cano 29, Alpedrete, is near Palacio Real de El Pardo and Hipódromo de la Zarzuela.
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          Travel Blogs from Alpedrete

          Roman Bridges and Roads

          A travel blog entry by themcavoys on Sep 24, 2015

          8 comments, 8 photos

          After leaving Puente Le Reine we followed Roman roads and crossed some Roman bridges. We had a light misty rain but the afternoon was lovely. Vineyards were now in our path along with olive trees. Last night we were in Estella a lovely 12000 pop town with pilgrim routes dating back to the 1100s. After a long day, and then out for another walk we had another pilgrim go down with a sore knee. So today has been a day of rest for all ...

          Prado, Guernica and Flamenco Show a Day in Madrid

          A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jul 06, 2015

          9 photos

          ... museum (Museo de Arte Moderno) best part was seniors get in for free. We wanted to see Guernica by Picasso again. I had seen it in the Art Institute n Chicago when it was on limited worldwide exhibition. A video room was showing a movie of the actual footage of the Nazi bombing of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War in 1937. It gave you a startling context for the artwork.

          Walking ...


          A travel blog entry by kcambio on Jun 23, 2015

          6 photos

          ... by Bosch. On our last day, we went shopping and bought gifts for family and friends. It was truly a challenge to find made in Spain products. Most tourist shops are filled with junk made in China or India. We did visit a ceramics shop where I found a rabbit plate that I liked. It was a Rennaisance design in yellow and blue. We also found a tile sun dial. Norm found several other pieces that he bought as gifts because he doesn't mind carrying a lot ...

          Madrid, Spain. Day 1

          A travel blog entry by suzandpatsy on Apr 30, 2015

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... Wow... The streets teeming with people from a everywhere. Rolling words, different lilts.. Languages humming, people strolling along the plazas Then Tapas and vino tinto..warm and tastes like...hummmmm. Tapas were good. The cobbled streets begged us to walk and explore. We got back at 2200....after getting lost in the twisty turns narrow streets. We cleaned our tired been up for 29 hour selfs.. and crawled into bed. Good ...

          Madrid - Day 2 & 3

          A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 26, 2014

          4 photos

          ... Margarita de Austria, the wife of Hapsburg King Felipe III. 150 years later Bourban King Carlos III decided it was to shabby and had it torn down and rebuilt, this time employing an Italian architect to do the design. The Italians do a very nice arch. From the arch I walked through the Parque de el Retiro. I wish I had found this place yesterday. Its a beautiful big park with no traffic this time. Along the walkways there are lots of fountains and monuments. There was a lake next ...