Hotel Galiano

Alcala Galiano 6, Madrid, Madrid, 28010, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

Food glorious food

A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Aug 24, 2014

Walking down crown street in Sydney is a culinary delight with everyone from Americana, to Tapas, Asian fusion, Thai, Indian and modern Australian at your finger tips. All serving a variation of salt and pepper squid, wagu beef burgers and a sourdough bread and olive oil to start. But there is something to be admired about a culture that went...$@&$ it, why would we eat anything else except our own? ...

Arrival in Madrid

A travel blog entry by jel2862 on Jun 03, 2014

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... a variety of croquettes, and for dessert...welll...there was chocolate cake, cheese cake, and crema catalana (sort of a creme brulee) on the table. It was an experience! And we were a very good family, sharing our desserts, to some extent.... Tomorrow we take a bus to Tui. We'll spend the afternoon getting ready for the beginning of the Camino. Most likely the hotel will take us to the border with Portugal and we'll start walking at that point, I still find ...

Hello from Madrid

A travel blog entry by nanaof7 on Oct 02, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

As planned, on Tuesday, October 2 we boarded the Hop On Hop Off bus a few steps from our apartment at 10:30 AM. We hopped off the bus after seeing most of the high spots of Barcelona at 7:30 PM. The dogs were barking! The highlights of the day were Park Guell designed by Antonio Gaudi. It was originally planned as a high income gated community in the late 1800s but flopped and became a delightful park. Words ...

A Week in Madrid

A travel blog entry by haspain on Aug 07, 2013

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... information available. We’re doing pretty well communicating in Spanish but it’s difficult to understand complex concepts on museum signage in any reasonable amount of time. There was a ton of awesome Incan pottery. And! What I’m pretty sure was an Inuit rain jacket made out of intestines. Continuing on with the 'not an art gallery’ theme we also checked out the Naval Museum, which had an amazing audio guide and was a lot more interesting ...

El Señor de Las Moscas

A travel blog entry by kimbearlyluv on Feb 12, 2013

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I bought Lord of the Flies and a Spanish-English dictionary today. I must practice my Spanish, can't let this extra month in Madrid go to waste. I tried to go on a walk earlier today but sadly it's quite cold here. They're having a cold spell and Ive been wearing my wool coat. I even had it on during class, I'm actually coming down with something. Right now it's just a sore throat and lets hope it stays that way. My goal though is to take one to two hour walks ...