Hotel Gran Atlanta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gran Atlanta Madrid
Good location for access to Metro. Several supermarkets nearby. Clean and room facilities good. Wifi reception, poor. Needed to use hotel lobby for wifi. Staff very helpful and courteous.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Gran Atlanta Madrid
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... architecture, wandered through tree lined Calles. Even the narrow streets have trees and the bars have tables on the street. Easier to get lost with a map than a yellow arrow to follow. Madrid has a human scale that makes walking a pleasure. The main roads are 4-6 lanes wide with median strips that have rows of plane trees, benches and sometimes smaller fountains; major roundabouts have substantial fountains with statues in their centres; ...
... urinal on the sidewalk
- a goat tied to the sidewalk railing (we ended up seeing "Lulu" every day, as she seemed to lived there permanently)
- people carrying goods or water on their heads, or using yokes
- a boy defecating into the gutter
- loose - ...
... time to wander the streets of Sintra which was a quaint little town built into the hillside just opposite the palace. It was easy to see how this could have once been home to merchants and shop keepers working to please the royal family. Now those same merchants and shop keepers simply have a new clientele…those of us on giant tour busses.
Our next stop was the coastal town of Cascais (pronounced like Cash-Caish). Always known for its beauty, this ...
Off to the airport soon...
These are the highlights of the last couple of days in Madrid.
- The Museum of Anthropology - quite small but interesting, especially because it concentrated on countries that were formerly owned/controlled by Spain or at least had a significant Spanish presence; for example Latin America, the USA, the Philippines, Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of the Congo. It also contained a ...
... honey" which was very typical of Argentina as well. We stopped for a breakfast of champions including beer and ham and cheese sandwiches on the yummiest bread before making our way to the palace. The current King doesn't live here but in a different palace just outside the city. We waited in our first long line all week but it moved quickly and didn't last too long. Today was HOT and shade was necessary whenever possible. Sheridan used ...