Apartosuite Principe Pio

Address: Cuesta San Vicente 16, Madrid, Madrid, 28008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Cuesta San Vicente 16, Madrid, is near Plaza de Oriente, Cerralbo Museum, Almudena Cathedral, and Madsegs Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

Ronda, Gibraltar, Cadiz, Seville, Cordoba, Madrid

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 25, 2015

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... side of the dam we stop for a quick harvest of almonds from a roadside tree, but find the kernels well-formed but tasteless. The landscape is now dominated by wind turbines and we take a side road to get up close and personal with one. There is grain being harvested and hay being baled under the turbines, and, unusually, most of the turbines are actually operating in the light breeze. Looking back we can still see the mountains around El Chorro, with the power station ...

Traveling Europe on a budget, is it possible?

A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Oct 02, 2014

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... out a couch request without mentioning me there were many offers but they were not so keen anymore when she elaborated on her friend-Moa. In Rome and Pisa we stayed in very nice apartments with shared kitchen/lounge facilities that we found on Booking.com for about €40 (R520) per night for the room. When Alya left I stayed in a dormitory in Rome and paid the same, €20 (R260) for a bed in a dormitory.

FOOD: Spent on average €15 (R195) per day. I ...

Please explain "Don't let the cat out of the bag"

A travel blog entry by centraltimer on Sep 07, 2014

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... br> 6 p.m. Sat on the back deck looking at the mountains and talking with the other Ana, the teacher from Galicia who teaches the Galician language to middle schoolers in the northwest corner of Spain.

7 p.m. Walked again with Jon, who is very fluent with English and ready to begin a new job where he will have to travel to England to learn about new business practices for his new company. He used to work for Deloitte, so he had that in common with my ...

Day 2 - Madrid

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon on Jun 22, 2014

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... repeatedly with the spear to draw first blood. This is followed by the JV matadors inserting some kind of small, decorative stakes in the back of the bulls. This all happens before the "real" matador comes out to do his thing and eventually finish off the bull with a sword or two behind the shoulders. It was more gory than we expected, but we were expecting this to a certain degree and enjoyed the chance to experience this part of Spanish culture. Speaking of Spanish ...

Lazy day

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 23, 2013

1 comment

... was the Spanish Channing Tatum equivalent (but ten times hotter) I said "oohhhh guapo" to then be told it was her son. Most awkward moment of my life!

To break the awkwardness I said 'you don't even look old enough to have a 19 year old son' but she got pregnant at 14 - which apparently is usual in Columbia. It goes to show though, that stereotypes aren't always right - you would never imagine that a ...