Call de Goya 79 , Madrid, Madrid, 28001, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by idahoteacher

... line. Of course, he has zero record of that. He holds my luggage hostage until I pay up. I pay. He speeds off - still holding my 5 Euro tip... I was dumbfounded.

The driver told me that my hotel was less than a block away. Nope. It was actually 10 blocks away... on a very busy and accessible road, mind you. As a matter of fact... there were four cabs sitting out in front of my hotel when I finally found it. ...


A travel blog entry by colinward


... has really strict dress codes. We didn't know this the first night but people weren't getting let in in front of us, but I got in. These clubs were crazy! People in Lamborghini's rolled up and strutted toward their reserved sections. I wasn't ready for all of that. The one DJ was apparently pretty famous and I just evaded his champagne splash zone. The second day we went to the park to hang out once we got up. I don't know if it ...

Sports and School, just like America... kind of.

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... went to the Real Madrid soccer game. They played Getafe, who Anthony informed me is not very good. The tickets were only 20 euro, and if you ask me, they were worth every penny. For being such a sports aficionado, I admit that I know/care very little about soccer. However, being in such a festive, intense, and exciting environment began to change my mind. Firstly, the stadium itself is a work of art, it is TREMENDOUS. Bigger than anything I've ever seen. It holds ...

You mean Chicago is inexpensive??

A travel blog entry by pieceofmind12

... salad for $8. Mesclun with apple wages around the outside, very sweet thick vinaigrette, and a toasted brown circle of goat cheese served warm on top of all the rest of the cold stuff. Big too, by European standards (in other words, pretty small). On the way home walked past a joint that has the four pillars of a good place to eat; big platters, genuine rustic, bustling staff, and jam packed with actual Spanish people.

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A travel blog entry by jordanmorry


... all you want to know. I'm sure you can relate.



The nightlife in Madrid is buzzing. I've been to 3/4 clubs in the city so far and have yet to have an 'average' night. Unfortunately the clubs are not exactly cheap and so drinking as much as you can handle is really a necessity. Most places are between 8-10 euro a drink and although ...


This 4 star hotel, located in the Salamanca area of Madrid, is near Fundacion Juan March, Teatro de la Comedia, Ekseption, and Gorongoro Play Park.
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