Hotel Galiano

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

Flagged by Pickles

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Nov 13, 2014

... t come last minute to catch a flight because you probably won't be able to find when you need to be and secondly don't come here hungry or thirsty. Ok so back to the pickles....

It's hard enough dealing with pickles while travelling with someone; at least you have someone to lean on, discuss options, and calm each other, but when alone a simple task can become virtually impossible. Spending two years abroad means you acquire a few more things than when you ...

El Toro

A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Aug 23, 2014

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... is a high-end food market called San Miguel that is worth a stop to indulge. From the central plaza's walk east to Parque Retiro which is a delightful park with numerous walkways and a central lake with paddle-boats for hire. Don't miss the Musseo Thyssen art gallery adjoining the park. The "must see" is the Spanish King's Palace (Palacio Real) and the adjoining cathedral. The King's Palace is an amazing display of pure opulence (dinner for 100 anyone?). Wander ...


A travel blog entry by paulausman on Apr 12, 2014

6 photos

... back to the hostel for a break.

Now I was going to go see Puerta del Sol, which I had seen last night coming back from tapas, and it was just as busy during the day as it was at night. Then I walked to Pasio del Prado (like the Champs Elysee), walked North to the Fuente de Cibeles (the fountain where Real Madrid celebrates their championship) and then to the Retiro park again, but this times from the North end. They ...

Avila and Madrid

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Mar 28, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... to be closed for siesta. I finally found a bar/restaurante attached to a hotel just outside the city walls where I had extremely delicious bread/jamon/queso. I took pictures. It was amazing, although I'm not sure if it was because I was super hungry or if it was really that good.

After that I felt a lot better so I headed back to the train station. I figured I could at least be warm and out of the wind once I got there. I also ended ...

Getting to know Madrid

A travel blog entry by carinamary on Feb 08, 2014


... is huge,but well worth the visit. The Thyssen was also worthwhile with lots of works by artists that even I knew about!

Apart from our cultural forays, we have enjoyed the food! Lots and lots of eateries...tapas is interesting and can be a challenge. Little bits of interesting things on small pieces of bread - some recognisable, some no idea. The easiest way to buy is point at something ...