Apartamentos Mayor Centro

Address: Esparteros, 6, Madrid, Madrid, 28012, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Medina Mayrit, El Corte Ingles, Teatro Calderon, and Acuarium de Madrid.
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      Travel Blogs from Madrid

      Day 22 - Madrid

      A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 08, 2014

      24 photos

      ... They continue to say by donations but I find this hard to believe.

      After my meal and a brief look around, I found Kate sitting on a shady edge of a fountain cooling her feet. I was soon at it also and we rested a little from the heat of the day.

      There are a lot of shops nearby and Jackie and a number of other women were away shopping instead of having lunch. John was away trying to find a pub so he could watch his beloved Rabbitoh’s ...

      Madrid

      A travel blog entry by renee_nick_2014 on Jun 20, 2014

      18 photos

      ... Cathedral , Royal Palace, Plaza de la Villa, and even the world's oldest restaurant. We also saw many statues dedicated a few of the previous royals in Spain's past. After the tour we walked home and did what the locals did and had a siesta. Once we were up and about we went out for dinner then went to a Flamenco Show called Corral de la Moreria. Here we watched two female and ...

      Somos Madrileños

      A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Dec 28, 2013

      4 photos

      ... the teleférico (cable car) which takes ten to twelve minutes to cover the 2.5 kilometres to the Casa de Campo station. Leaving Pintor Rosales station we can see the west side of the city unfolding before us. To the north, the Moncloa Tower and to the south, the Palacio Real and Almudena Cathedral. As we begin our ascent we cross over the railway tracks leading to Principe Pio railway station and then the Manzanares river before soaring above the Casa de ...

      Flamenco

      A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 01, 2013

      3 comments, 42 photos

      ... It is nice to know she cares so much.

      Nat and I then went to a shopping centre and Decathlon (the biggest sports shop that went further than the eye could see, literally) to buy a container for my lunch. It was very specific. Most of the other shops I'd never heard of. To keep kids entertained whilst their parents were shopping they had zoo animals that were like bikes that the kids rode around on - it was adorable! We ended up at Starbucks where I had the most amazing ...

      Spanish!!

      A travel blog entry by mddpdx on Nov 19, 2013

      ... just are.¨ Ha! That obviously didn´t go over very well with me because 1. he was trying to speak on behalf of an entire country 2. he was trying to speak on behalf of me (and I happen to be doing quite well) and 3. he is making excuses. I find it a little funny that the only two conflicts I have had were both with Americans.

      All of that being said, most of us from class have been going out after class ...