Eco Via Lusitana

Antonia Rodriguez Sacristan 14, Madrid, Madrid, 28044, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Carabanchel area of Madrid, is near Zoo Aquarium de la Casa de Campo, Parque de Atracciones, Real Basilica de San Francisco el Grande, and Cuarta Pared.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Madrid

    Lost, found, and lost again.

    A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jul 03, 2014

    6 photos

    ... After kicking his butt in planks, we collapsed in the grass (him in shame, me in glory) and watched the sunset over the river. We talked about life, love, travel, and happiness. That seems to be where all my conversations go nowadays. But really, what's better to talk about?

    The next day I decided I wouldn't look at my map at all in the morning and just walk. So that's what I did, and it was perfect.

    I walked through the slummier parts ...

    Lovely Madrid and More G&Ts

    A travel blog entry by crystalrenee on May 12, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 8pm. We each 5 G&Ts between the two and they were delicious! We ended up chatting with a local all night that had moved there from Columbia. It's always insightful to learn about a country from a "local" and I love to just meet people with interesting life experiences.
    3. Meandering the gorgeous city was an inexperience in itself. Retiro park, Museo del Prado and the Royal Palace of Madrid were all lovely. ...

    Lope de Vega and the Retiro (again)

    A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Apr 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... interesting establishments (plumbers, wig-sellers, a shop selling gas masks, etc, etc).

    We eventually found the house and entered, to be greeted by a guard, who told us we could look at the garden, but that, because we hadn't booked, we couldn't visit the house. He also gave me copious instructions on how to book, but unfortunately these went beyond the limit of my Spanish. Anyway, we went out into the garden, and found ourselves behind a small group, with a ...

    A series of unfortunate events

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 03, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... but I quickly got used to it, Got home at 4am - starving hungry and McDonalds next door has shut mysteriously!

    On a lighter note, I discovered where Amparo vanishes off to all the time. She has a 55 year old boyfriend who lives near Madrid whose house she stays at on the weekends. He however works in Suiza, Switzerland during the week so the weekend (and Christmas holidays) is their only chance to spend time together. I was shocked when told because I hadn't met ...

    The final stages of twilight

    A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Oct 16, 2013

    1 comment

    ... and deliberately speak fast demanding and complicated Spanish to you make you feel awkward and a bit of a second class tourist. They are also a little bit arrogant to tourists in general, they are not like the Italians or Germans who are welcoming and friendly, they are very protective of their Spanish way of life, which I can understand fully. The siesta were also a bit inconvenient, as shops all close in the mid afternoons, and make life for the tourist a bit ...