Ciudad de Parla

Crta. Circunvalacion Parla-Pinto Km 15, Parla, Madrid, 28980, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Crta. Circunvalacion Parla-Pinto Km 15, Parla, is near Plaza Colon, Factory Madrid Getafe, and Palacio de la Prensa Cinema.
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    Travel Blogs from Parla

    Days 5 & 6: Culture, Cine, Tapas & Sangr&#

    A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... lunch of white rice, sausage, and pork �� Later on, I met back up with my group to go watch a very popular Spanish movie that incorporated a lot of the Spanish stereotypes. We finished up around 8, and Rachel and I decided to go get some tapas and just hang out for a while. We managed to get this incredible deal of 3 tapas and a (pretty big) jar of sangría for 15€. When I got home, Antonio was watching the ...

    Sunday flea market and Retiro Park

    A travel blog entry by margshepherd on Aug 03, 2014


    A much better night with nowhere near as much noise. The bar across the street is open again at the crack of dawn. I think drinking is a big way of life here. A lazy start to the day followed by a couple of hours browsing at El Rastro flea markets. The largest one in Europe. It was good when we first got there but after we waked up to the end, we stopped for breakfast and that was a mistake. It was peak hour going back down the hill. Breakfast was ...

    The cherry on the cake

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... the massive but very beautiful Retiro Park where there is a boating lake and a crystal palace, the Temple de Debod and Cathedral de la Almudena. I also walked along the famous Gran Via from the Metropolis to Plaza de Espaņa and had a peek into a couple of shops. A highlight was finding the Mercado de San Miguel, a food market where each stall sold Spanish goodies including paella, sangria, croquettes, a variety of seafood, olives, cheese, chocolates, cakes and ...

    Day trip to Toledo

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

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    ... Monarchy & Christian Nobility. The old Mosques and Jewish synagogues are now museums. The cathedral has a very famous El Greco painting: The Burial of the Count of Orgaz. Peter bought a print - thinking photocopy on calico cloth. Siesta and photo catch up this afternoon. Prado art museum is free after 6.00pm so spent a couple of hours there - like the Louvre - an amazing collection - Gallery has 700 ...

    Australia: according to Spaniards

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 19, 2014


    ... br> "I saw it on the Simpsons.. Homer got stuck in there" (and continues to recite the whole episode)

    "Australia still hasn't legalised gay marriage! It's so stupid, I kind of hate Australia for that, I mean isn't it embarrassing for you?"
    Me "Well, I guess put like that, yeah it is embarrassing"

    "Is it legal to have a kangaroo in your house?"

    Girl - "can you show me your boobs?"
    "I want ...