Apartahotel Villa de Parla

C/ Rigoberta Menchu 1, Parla, Madrid, 28980, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/ Rigoberta Menchu 1, Parla, is near Plaza Colon, Factory Madrid Getafe, and Palacio de la Prensa Cinema.
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    Travel Blogs from Parla

    Tour to Avila and Segovia

    A travel blog entry by margshepherd on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... specialties of Segovia is suckling pig and a large bean soup similar in flavour to pea and ham. Delicious lunch and a chance to chat with others. St Fruit Cathedral. It is a Gothic style church with flying buttresses in the ceiling. The ceiling is supported outside the building so the wall wasn't needed as a support. Consequently there were amazing stained glass windows in the walls. The altar is fenced to allow only ...

    The cherry on the cake

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Jun 19, 2014

    16 photos

    ... also grow apples and the red varieties have a white net to allow for the redness to develop but the green varieties have a black net to prevent them going red. A government advisor visits the orchard to advise on suitable pest control, insectides and pesticides to use. It was interesting to see how Orchard Fruits are always trying to improve with different methods of growing the cherries and using a trial orchard to grow new varieties to see what works and ...

    Day trip to Toledo

    A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 12, 2014

    9 photos

    Left at 9.00 (sleep in yeh!) for Toledo about 70k south. Toledo was once the capital of Spain, before the King decided to move the capital to Madrid. The central part of the city is surrounded on three sides by a river and the fourth side has city walls. First recorded history was as part of the Roman Empire, like yesterday , lost control of the area to Germanic people, then Moores - Muslims from the North, then ...

    Australia: according to Spaniards

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 19, 2014

    2 comments

    ... br> Me "we have McDonalds"
    "yes but your McDonalds doesn't even sell chips"

    "Does Australia have H&M?"
    Me "no" "mango?"
    "No" *continues to list 10 other stores we don't have*...
    "So where to you buy clothes?"

    "There's all those black people who are just never happy and always drink drink drink... They have these things (describes a boomerang) and they throw them at white people, their necks get ...

    The Sorolla Museum

    A travel blog entry by andrearini on Apr 12, 2013

    8 photos

    ... Being from Valencia, he grew up on the water. He often painted beach and nautical scenes. As the style of the times shifted, so did his work. Pieces with underlying social commentary became famous. Thus, he painted some of his most famous works, such as La Otra Margarita, and La Trata de Las Blancas, which helped him to gain fame. He was known as the “Painter of the Light”, because he used the presence of light so masterfully in all of ...