Aparthotel Tribunal

Address: San Vicente Ferrer, 1, Madrid, Madrid, 28004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Centro area of Madrid, is near Museo Romantico, Museo de San Isidro, Museo Municipal, and Church of St. Anton's.
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    The Alambrah then on to Madrid

    A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... to Madrid. Our apartment in on the first floor. No bigger than about 30 sq.m, but has everything (except a toaster I find out later.) Alberto gives us a briefing and instruction is broken English and presents us with a bottle of red wine , olives, cheese and chips. Let's see if you get that in an expensive hotel! As we are here for three days, we decide that I should go to the nearest Supermercado (supermarket) to get a ...

    The Explosion of Madrid

    A travel blog entry by amobrien07 on Mar 17, 2015

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    ... this was very amusing to me.) My favorite water fountain had geese surrounding the fountain and the geese had wings that moved. They looked so real that I had to look twice to discover they were part of the structure. Many of the streets in Madrid are very small and cobble stone so as an American I had to remember they were streets not sidewalks and watch out for cars. Also, the apartments in Madrid were exactly what I pictured when I thought of Spain. They ...

    General notes from Europe

    A travel blog entry by gr0p3r on Jul 20, 2014

    ... pretty towns). The Dutch are crazy. It's quite funny actually. They all seem like they are high even though they aren't. Some of them are tho. Very liberal too.

    Service stations in Australia could learn a thing or two from Europe. They have buffet restaurants at a lot of them, and it's good food too. Prices are generally decent.

    Weather everywhere was pretty nice, except London. It's summer and ...

    Kittens and clowns

    A travel blog entry by yamrock83 on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... he could pack, he chose to bring a red clown nose and juggling bags! He is probably one of the Funniest people I've ever met! Maybe I'm overcoming my fear of clowns! Anyway, we will continue early tomorrow (everyone gets up at six after going to bed at ten - the schedule of the camino). More later! As always, apologies for any weird spelling, grammar or capitalization issues. I blame it on smart ...

    Sevilla, La Mancha, Toledo, Madrid

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Nov 23, 2013

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    ... 2 1/2 hours to Puerto Lapice (pwair-to lah-pee-tha) in Castile-La Mancha province. We had lunch in this little village in the bar/restaurante where Don Quixote fell in love with Dulcinea. The trough where he watered his horse was in the courtyard. Larry and Derek had ham and cheese sandwiches and bear and I had chicken noodle soup and a crusty roll. We went out into the little village to take pictures of the blue and white ...