Ganivet Hotel

Address: Toledo Street 111-113, Madrid, Madrid, 28005, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Cybele's Fountain (Fuente de la Cibeles), Cava Baja, El Rastro, and Teatro La Latina.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Madrid

    "I'm so cultured, you already know..."

    A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Sep 28, 2014

    1 comment

    ... actually nicked his hand with a horn and later trampled him, which was terrifying to watch. I actually think I was more afraid watching him get hurt than watching 4 bulls die. This may be because I knew the process beforehand (courtesy of Professor Gaugler in Cultures of Spain!) so I was desensitized toward it. So yes, I'm feeling incredibly cultured after this weekend in Madrid and rather proud of it. Stay tuned for next week's post after my first trip outside of ...

    NYE Shopping

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 29, 2013

    5 comments, 4 photos

    ... sea of brown haired people who all wear dark coats. Not helped by her height, shorter than all the racks. This also is a problem with Spanish change rooms. They don't have locks and all have a strip of opaque glass so you can tell whether there's a head in there but Nat doesn't reach that line so people kept walking in on her.

    Nat was right about Candela, we would have to babysit her so Moni could shop. It was actually hilarious, Moni drives in the middle ...

    The Bull Fight

    A travel blog entry by freshtravels on Apr 21, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... far from human contact, and are bred for size, muscle tone, and behavior. So to see an animal at its most raw, natural form enter a bullring with brightly dressed toreros dispersed throughout the arena taunting and pestering him, it is quite the sight to see. To provide some perspective on why the bullfight is a difficult thing to watch, I have to explain food culture in the U.S. For us Americans, we buy meat that is very much separated from the farm, usually skinned, peeled, ...

    Madrid del Sol

    A travel blog entry by hinekn on Nov 12, 2012


    ... see more detail the further away you stand. You could not get an appreciation of that without someone pointing it out, unless you are a real student of art (which we are not). I still can't figure out how they paint something that really looks like light.

    The paintings were for the most part either the royal family or religious in nature. The detail is incredible all the way to the folds in the dresses and the patterns. ...

    Saw a bullfight with el Rei

    A travel blog entry by nayandal on Jul 01, 2012

    2 photos

    ... EuroCup final, but hey I guess those are hard tickets to come by).

    The adventure on the metro from the hostel to the bullfight was an insane trip, but we got there, but you can't buy return tix, so we just thought we'd buy them after the match @ the bullfight. 'Cept so did everyone else and they don't have a lot of ticket machine @ Ventass station. And it ...