No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Las Americas Guatemala City
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... look at market which has some vendors open, but plenty of them are shut. We buy some cherries, the return to the room, and get away about 10.30am, with Murray driving to Seville on the expressway. Having navigated on the way in, he finds no trouble getting out of town, and onto the expressway. The drive is pretty uneventful, through farmland, as this is the valley of the Guadalquivir River, one of the largest in Spain, and it is wide, flat and fertile.
Today we ...
... It is probably stating the geographical obvious but the people seem to have the passion of the French but the friendliness and laissez faire attitude of the Italians. My room is quite comfy although will be a little cosy when my roommate turns up. I know nothing of him but hopefully he will be of like mind and not high maintenance. I have been so lucky thus far when sharing on Intrepid Trips past, except for one young Aussie guy who should have been on a ...
Capítulo 2- "Es el verano en Madrid... Por qué tienes frío???"
Because I am sleeping right next to an open window that leads to an outdoor terrace, I was FREEZING when I woke up. Breakfast was already prepared for me, along with the most delicious cafe-con-leche I could have asked for.
Because I was so cold, I went outside to breakfast on the terrace wearing a sweatshirt (I'm rocking my WTOP hoodie in Madrid, guys!). As ...
... think experiencing live theater in a European opera house has always
been a dream of mine and being able to follow through on that dream was
remarkable. I think I was able to appreciate it from a perspective not a lot of
people could since I have danced on many stages during my career as a dancer
and know the value and prestige of being able to perform at such a venue. The
theater was even more incredible then I could have ever imagines with 5
... includes Goya, Titian, Rubens, Velazquez, Zurbaran and lots of El Greco (the artist was the cathedral's resident painter late in his life), we could have easily spent two hours inside the cathedral. We wanted to give ourselves plenty of time to explore the city's charming streets, though, so we left after an hour. We wandered through the old Jewish quarter, visiting the two remaining synagogues (before the expulsion of Spain's Jews in 1492, Toledo had ...