El Tuerto Piryn

Address: Pza. Dos de Mayo, 4, Rascafria, Madrid, 28740, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pza. Dos de Mayo, 4, Rascafria.
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Travel Blogs from Rascafria

Madrid day 2

A travel blog entry by johnodo on Apr 12, 2014

Checked out of hotel and moved to new hotel for start of tour. This hotel was quite a way out of the City Centre. Visited Sofia Gallery which is modern art from 1900's onwards. Enjoyed this gallery most of all we have visited. There was a wide variety and even though I didn't understand all of it it was interesting. Now we were familiar with Madrid bar culture we bellied up ...

My journey - a recap

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 26, 2014


... I never quite got used to this and even now it just blows my mind - I'm calling a country other than my own home and I really believe it. I guess this means I will get homesick when I get back to Australia!

It's shattering to be leaving my Spanish life behind, where I live in a fake-reality with nothing to worry about. But this too is part of my journey. A journey I will never close the book on and hope to return to very soon. At the end of the day I'm starting a new one back ...

Final day & flights

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 25, 2014

1 comment, 88 photos

... by the time it was exchanged it was literally 50c with a $4 charge.

We split into two groups, Brittany found herself with the 'other' group and said 'I'm going to sit with them. The reply, 'it's probably better that way'. Poor Brittany had to go back to them an hour later because the Brisbane people were going to a different gate to us.

On the plane we saw some dumb-ass American get arrested for shouting "I have a bloody bomb *****es" it was so hard not to ...

El Horno

A travel blog entry by chlizy on Jun 03, 2013

Our first full day in Spain turned out to be a great one. We started off in the hotel with the equivalent of about 9 cups of espresso, and then set off to find a café for breakfast and more caffeine. We took the subway to the Plaza de Isabel, where we had a light breakfast. And more coffee. Afterwards, we headed to Palacio Real (royal palace) for a look around. The ...

Real madrid

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Apr 09, 2012

1 comment, 39 photos

... Such was his religious fervour that it was built so that he could see directly into the main basilica from his bed. His queen’s bedroom was on the opposite side with a similar view. One wonders how their love life fared. It is certainly an impressive structure, set in carefully manicured gardens with a view right across the plain, and in turn seen from across the plain. Yet the Bourbons did ...