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

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... 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

... I was sitting between two big men that both looked sleazy, I really don't think it's fair putting a girl in that situation for 13 hours, they both looked over my shoulders all the time. I obviously couldn't sleep because I was actually super uncomfortable. We all planned on only sleeping on the second flight at Australia's night time to adjust but I never got a wink. We all got up to talk a few times but got told to go back to our seats, even though others were standing and ...

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

... quite deep snow at the side of the road. A bit of a culture shock, having spent most of the last three months in the warm then hot deserts of Andalucia!
Segovia, originally a Roman settlement, was the seat of both Alfonso the Wise and Henry IV. On the outskirts is yet another royal palace, Riofrio, built in the 18th century as a hunting lodge and used considerably by Isabel II and ...