Hotel Ciudad de Navalcarnero

Ctra. Extremadura (A5), km 28.200, Navalcarnero, Madrid, 28600, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ctra. Extremadura (A5), km 28.200, Navalcarnero, is near Madrid Xanadu and Snow Park (Parque de Nieve).
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Travel Blogs from Navalcarnero

Day 2: Reaching Madrid

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 02, 2022

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... some rollicking tunes. Occasionally I look up to the offices or apartments above us, expecting to hear angry voices at any moment, but no… even as we get louder and louder and the crowd gets bigger and bigger, it just seems to be a very normal thing to do a 4 in the morning in Madrid. A police car drives slowly past, the officer looks over at us, drives on without saying a word… I love this country… We properly introduce ourselves. The guy with the ...

Now we are in Madrid

A travel blog entry by meherbie on Oct 01, 2014

... of town which is also the center of Spain, Jake and Nerea joined us ( the Bride and Groom), we sat in the square and had Sangria and chips, then moved on to the market to see a bit of that part of local life. About 9 we got to a restaurant which is the worlds oldest running restaurant in the Guinness Book of Records and had an almost 2 hour dinner ( this is the way of the Spanish and Jake is trying to get us ready for the wedding. The wedding is on Saturday, and it ...

Madrid.

A travel blog entry by tedferny on Jun 27, 2014

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... marching in a manner not dissimilar to the Foreign Legion. Much crashing of cymbals and banging of bass drums. They were followed by groups of mainly elderly people dressed either in distinctive garb, or clutching ornamental poles. Total mystery to me what the poles and weird headgear signified. But clearly it denoted a 'house' or neiborhod of some sort. Typically 'tribal' affiliation to be found in cities where families live for generations in the same area. In the middle ...

CAMPEONES! CAMPEONES!

A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 24, 2014

... of the Arts Museum. It was free at the time we arrived there so it was perfect timing! We got to see art from Picasso, Dalí, Goya, and many more. There were even some silent films set up in a couple of the galleries. We watched one called Un Chien Andalou and it was extremely bizarre. It was seriously messed up, to say the very least and I don't think my lack of sleep helped it either. Karliana and I had made plans to meet for a late lunch/early dinner at 4:30 so that ...

Holy Toledo!

A travel blog entry by carinamary on Feb 06, 2014

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... had a walking tour as the bus couldn't navigate the narrow streets, so we stuck close to our guide who was also a good source of information. A few hours of mosques,synagogue and cathedrals..yes 3 religions are represented here..sometimes all under one roof!...a visit to a craft factory ( 1 more pair of earrings to add to my collection) and we were back on the bus for ...