Amura Alcobendas Hotel

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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    Travel Blogs from Madrid

    Cuban visa day!

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jul 07, 2014

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    I made my way back to the city center by metro and hung out at Vivi’s place until she finished work. We hung out at the apartment and thought about going out for dinner, but Vivi was pretty tired and stressed out, so we decided to just stay in. I went out and got a pizza from Domino’s and we ate at the apartment. It was a really nice relaxing day. I’m certainly not going to ...

    Maniacs in Madrid

    A travel blog entry by calmckee on Apr 19, 2014

    ... stories about religion and suicide etc. He took us past the worlds oldest restaurant and to a big cathedral and the opera house. We ended it at the royal palace where Lisa and I decide to head in and check out. It was pretty incredible. Just room after room or huge chandeliers and fancy drapes and walls. Everything was just so extravagant. Afterward we made our way back to the hostel to check in. We started chatting with people in our room, 2 nice girls ...

    Look out - Drop Bears ahead

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 13, 2014

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    ... thought Australia was bad at only testing memory but now I realise that we also apply what we have memorised, they just write it down.

    Fun subjects don't exist. They do religion, history, philosophy, economics, PE, CMC (modern science), English - speaking and writing and Spanish - which isn't learning Spanish but rather the history of the language. There are no electives.

    The dress code is really relaxed. The younger kids have uniform, primary school have ...

    And some more...

    A travel blog entry by donnabuang on Oct 01, 2013

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    Today saw us in hot pursuit of Madrid Card value for money! We are combining this with the quest for 'Metro cheapest way possible'. Ah the joys. We begin by visiting the hallowed turf of Real Madrid that is testosterone heaven and our gift to Greg. It was pretty interesting considering the only thing I know about them is that Becks once played for them and someone named Ronaldo may have?? Unfortunately we missed out on seeing a game here by one day. I had tried to get tickets before ...

    Two friendly faces in a very foreign country!

    A travel blog entry by idahoteacher on Jul 19, 2013

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    ... Dali's and Picasso's Guernica. I was surprised by how huge it was! I was incredibly moved by the piece - the raw desperation of humanity in time of crisis! It was too awesome to describe. One of my favorite pieces of art, by far! Then I went shopping - nothing like a quick shopping trip to get rid of the raw emotion of war and death! Whoot!!! I found a Barca soccer shirt (on sale) and got an iced lemonade to cool down with.
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