Amura Alcobendas Hotel

Address: Avda de Valdelaparra 2, Madrid, Madrid, 28100, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Avda de Valdelaparra 2, Madrid, is near Golf Park Madrid, Teatro de Madrid, Sardina Sub, and Delitto e Castigo.
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      Walking in Madrid

      A travel blog entry by bitty1414 on Jan 07, 2015

      3 comments, 8 photos

      On my third day in Madrid, Sue and I decided to take it easy. We got up later and went to Museo del Prado, the art museum in Spain. We sauntered around the Museum, finding paintings from Goya, Murillo, Velazquez, and El Greco to name a few. After exploring, we had a coffee and croissant in the cafe. We then ventured through El Retiro, strolling throughout the park, ...

      Week 1 update

      A travel blog entry by joshdrewmadrid on Sep 20, 2014

      34 photos

      ... and hang out for a while. The clubs will usually open around 12:30, but most people don't go until 2:00am. The only advantage to going early is often you can get in for free. The metro in Madrid closes at 2:00 so people go to the clubs right around 1:30-2:00 and then stay until the metro opens again at 6:00! Often times people will still be in clubs at 8:00am. It is absolutely crazy how late people stay out here, and they do it three nights in ...

      Banquets and Royalty

      A travel blog entry by heiner6 on Jun 25, 2014

      4 comments, 185 photos

      ... 79, on the other hand found the entire process to be silly, a waste of Spain's money, and felt like all the money should be spent on education. According to her, Spain was never going to improve until people put more importance on personal eduction. She was only along to make sure her husband got to see the king. He talked about his father and grandfather and their role in the war against Franco. It was a true pleasure to be with them ...

      Hola Madrid!

      A travel blog entry by emezzy on May 10, 2014

      3 photos

      ... ultimate. A quick history lesson for y'all re: the tapa though? The name 'tapa' comes from the Spanish verb ‘tapar’ which means to cover. Every city has it's own story behind how tapas came to be. For Madrid though, it is believed King Filipe was concerned about the quantities of alcohol being consumed and as a result introduced a law that drinks would always be served with a small plate of food. The bartenders placed a lid (Remember, 'tapa' ...

      Avila and Madrid

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Mar 28, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... and having to transfer lines to get to the station nearest our hostel, so I just decided to walk. I still had a good bit of energy left and I wanted to be very tired so I can sleep well tonight (still working on overcoming the jet lag thing). Plus trainig for the camino is supposed to be happening. It was a nice walk - took about 45 minutes from the Prado to the hostel, along a lot of busy streets. Madrid kind of comes alive after 8 pm - all the ...