Emperador Hotel Madrid
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We had the most incredible weekend in Madrid. During our 3 day trip, we decided to simply enjoy the city instead of trying to see every notable attraction. This travel style is perfect for a city like Madrid. All of the tapas bars and outdoor excitement are attractions in and of themselves.
Madrid is a great city if you don't care for …
... we were determined to power through and maybe just take a short nap later in the day. We ventured out onto the streets of Centro de Cuidad. Immediately we found a Starbucks. BONUS! A nice way to ease into the coffee culture shock called Espresso only. From there we went down Calle del Arenal and found a little place called Madrid and Tapas. One of the least looking desayuno (breakfast) places. Enjoyed pumcake, which I thought it was a pancake from reading a ...
... of that week after class, a friend of mine had found out that I hadn't had a drink yet since I'd been in Spain so we went to Puerta del Sol first to look for cell phones to buy and second to go get ceņa and tapas. When you order alcohol here at a bar, you are usually given a plate of food to go with it. What you get and how much of it varies greatly from place to place, even from order to order if you and a friend are ordering at the same time.
... we got stuck driving through town and were trying to avoid that. Some signs are confusing (surprise!). They don't say whether the road is going north or south, etc., just to whatever town is however far away...which we may or may not be able to find on the map. So after a few curse words and a u-turn at the toll plaza, we were headed back north. We took some convoluted route but ended up where we were supposed to be.
Our host was at ...
... it is completely eye-popping. The weather had cleared - we wandered around in the heat agog at massive stone 'trees' and undulating seats covered front and back with shattered tiles, two mosaic buildings, gorgeous gardens and Gaudi's own residence - Gaudi House. He lived there, but didn't build it. It contained lots of furniture and accessories he designed though and was interesting to see.
Because it was so hot ...