How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews HRC Hotel Madrid
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... all the way up to the roof.
The bell tower, which started off as a minaret, is very tall indeed, but the height is mitigated by the presence of ramps, originally used for troops to ride horses up to lookout posts. The large size and square section of the tower make this possible. From the top we get a full panorama of the city, with all the highlights easily identified, and get some good photos. In particular, we can look down onto the complicated roof structure ...
... in at Madrid airport through to Miami;
... queue for a while but got it sorted. Then went out for dinner, the place was nice and seemed quite traditional but they didn't have air con so it was really hot! Had a bean and chorizo soup, leg of lamb, creme caramel and jug of sangria. I think 3 nights in Madrid was plenty, was really hot and just seemed like any other ...
... the would
stay in him. The main Torero would then come into the ring with a red cape and
continue to dance with the bull, the closer the torero would get to the bull
the more “impressive” it was to the crowd. The torero would eventually stab the
bull with his sword on the back and then in the head until it died…. Sounds awful
right- well it was. The whole group of us was horrified, and I honestly felt
like crying after the first experience. I ...
... my name written massively on the board (spelt right, everyone else was writing 'merfy'). They then got me to do a comparison of the school systems. I can honestly say I've never been so popular in my life. Lunch went for an hour, We walked to the car (700 meters) to get lunch and then sat in the sun. We had stew followed by nutella in pastry, which was so amazing!!!
Our final classes of the day were CMC (science) and Spanish. ...