Hotel Durval Puerta de Alcala

C/ Salustiano Olozaga 12, Madrid, Madrid, 28001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Comunidad Champions

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... minute to go. It was a disappointing finish for Dennis, who strongly dislikes Real (they're kind of like the Yankees of soccer, with added historical fascist overtones), so we were rooting for Atletico. The bar was a great mix of Real and Atletico supporters, so there was a real good-spirited rivalry going on. Once the game ended, though, Atletico fans cleared out fast to escape the jubilant Real fans. We joined them, fleeing to a market across the ...

Day 34, 35 & 36 - The Madness of Madrid

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan


... ended around 2.30pm, which we were grateful for as walking around busy Madrid in 35 degree heat is not the greatest. There were many great sights, with the best being the Royal Palace. Madrid is a vibrant, colourful city in the middle of Spain which attracts many walks of life, in fact approx 51%25 of residents are not originally from Madrid. It is also very green with many parks and trees planted throughout the streets (Madrid has more green areas per capita than any ...

Spain: Vegetarians Need Not Apply

A travel blog entry by rcsander


... always oranges, and ice. On our first night here, Maria made sangria for us. We had it at a bar the night we watched the Copa del Rey soccer game, and last night my roommate Ashly and I had some at the oldest restaurant in the world, which will be its own blog entry. Sangria is awesome, and comes in lots of different styles. We have had it cold, lukewarm, carbonated, with oranges, with lemons, and always with food. It's ...

Something tells me I'm into something good

A travel blog entry by josiezim


... were completely lost in this same location and now we are walking around without a map, confident of where we’re headed." Interesting choice of words as where we were headed (unbeknownst to any of us) was straight through the sex district of Madrid. It was a brief section of the street we had chosen to get us to a popular Tapas bar, El Tigre. Which as everybody knows, is Spanish for The Tigre. (Har-har.) We made it through the prostitutes unscathed and Henry (16) now likely ...

Segway tours (Nicky)

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier


... Pretty unfair on dad but that's the way life is. We had these dough nutty things that we dipped in hot chocolate. It was awesome but very sickly and that's what the Spanish have for breakfast. I would have vomited if I had that for breakfast! Then we came back to our Room Mate Mario Hotels by walking because it isn't that far back. We read for a while and dad came back. At six thirty I did blog and at seven thirty is te present at the moment. It was my favourite day this ...


This hotel, located in the Salamanca area of Madrid, is near Alcala Gate (Puerta de Alcala), La Cibeles, National Library (Biblioteca Nacional), and Palacio de Comunicaciones.
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