High Tech Madrid Aeropuerto Hotel

C/ Galeon 25, Madrid, Madrid, 28042, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Again....wish i had more time here!

A travel blog entry by clarkyreno

(i am tzping all of mz blogs for the past week and a half in austria. the ys and zs on the kezboard are switched around. im not going to edit it for time sake :)

kristin and i arrived in madrid after a long daz in pamplona running with the bulls and a good amount of napping in the shade in the grass near the train station. verz verz nice …

Lost, found, and lost again.

A travel blog entry by dresalazar

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... I was so busy aimlessly following people, I just spun around a few times and picked the street that looked the most promising. I don't know how I keep finding my way around, I literally have just been leaving everything up to the universe this entire trip. But apparently it has my back, so why fight it?

I don't know how, but I ended up at the hostel an hour later. At this point every time I reach a destination I just smile and look up, not to thank ...

Sorolla, and El Retiro

A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe

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... rooms are almost exactly as when Sorolla and his family lived there around the time of the first world war, and they are all used to exhibit his works....of which there are hundreds of examples. We could easily go again - not just for the experience, but also because it is an absolute bargain at only 3 Euros!

After Sorolla we wandered eastwards, not quite sure whether to stop for a drink. Eventually we decided to take the Metro to the Retiro gardens - a huge area of ...

Madrid

A travel blog entry by simonct

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... district where Hemingway was a frequent visitor when he lived there, so frequent in fact that one of the restaurants has as a claim to fame "Hemingway NEVER ate here".

On the second day we both were a bit sick which meant we mostly stayed in the hotel room. We've had really good health the whole trip so we have otherwise done really well. So anyway it was not so great being in the centre of ...

The Big Three Zero

A travel blog entry by fatdamien

... for dinner. Frankly, the wait staff even allowing us in wearing dirty shorts, unwashed t-shirts and reeking of sweat is a decidedly charitable act to begin with, but then we got served up our most delicious meal in Spain so far. Delicioso! Probably something to do with the fact it was my first steak since going omnivore again - I was gripping the steakknife so hard in jaw-pleasure than I bent it a little.

The next day we went north of Madrid instead of south, ...

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