Asturias Hotel

C/ Sevilla, 2, Madrid, Madrid, 28014, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
Prices starting from $52.00

Travel Blogs from Madrid

Madrid....capitol of Espana

A travel blog entry by surfmom on Oct 08, 2013

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Madrid is a big bustling city. We've gotten in the routine of doing the city bus tours so we can see as many sites as possible, then go and get a closer look at the sites we want.
Our hotel was pretty central and close to the train and metro station, so it was easy getting around. The receptionist at our hotel in Paris was from Madrid and she …

Leaving on a jet plane

A travel blog entry by sandravventures


... got sent through tsa pre screen... Which means I didn't have to wait in the already short line. First flight was uneventful, and I arrived in Washington DC without a hitch, to a few very nice Bon voyage messages from my great friends. After a short 1.75hour layover, I had to finally excommunicate myself and got on my new ...


A travel blog entry by anngreen


... It was not unlike the Biltmore house or the Hofburg's palace in Vienna. No pictures were allowed inside, sorry. We walked through several rooms that were as you would imagine. Finally, as we entered the room with the instruments, I saw a cello in a case, knew we had arrived, and said to Tammi, "This is what I wanted you to see." As she read the information card, all she could say was, "Oh my god! Oh my ...

Madrid - has a capital feel about it.

A travel blog entry by joandnorm


... to passers-by or other dogs for that matter. We didn't hear them growl or bark as they went on their daily & nightly strolls. The only down side to the dogs was the owner's lack of responsibility when it came to cleaning up after their pets. A small percentage seem to worry that their dog has done it's business on the sidewalk which meant that when one is out for a walk, you have to look down where you are walking as much as look up to see the beautiful ...

Running With the Bulls

A travel blog entry by seanconn520


... down.

'then the people attempt to draw the attention of the bull and dodge him. Despite the bull have it's horns dulled and being a younger bull it is still very powerful and knocking people around who fail to dodge it (very funny to watch people flying through the air). The goal here is to not disrespect the bull (eg: pull his tail or hang on to the horns) because ...

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