Petit Palace Ducal Hotel

Address: C/ Hortaleza 3, Madrid, Madrid, 28004, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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      Madrid, Toledo, Cordoba

      A travel blog entry by 111days on Nov 14, 2014

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      ... in smaller places rather than big cities. Similar to Toledo, Cordoba was a walled city and is full of small lane ways, but it is set on a muddy but beautiful river that matches the colour of the Roman bridge that crosses it. The room we are staying in is modest but opens up on to a lovely courtyard where we can sit. We walked to Cordoba Cathedral this morning – an amazing building that was originally a Mosque and later ‘converted’ ...

      Food glorious food

      A travel blog entry by martiniadventur on Aug 24, 2014

      ... incredible and even as a vegetarian by occupation, carnivore by exploration, walking through the airport I must admit does not bring up thoughts of death but....a craving for breakfast. Seriously what airport in the world has more kiosks with displays of olive oil, Jason, cheese and wine than souvenir shops. Sangria here is closer to punch too than oaky fruit juice, and after popping a couple of ...

      Magic Kings?

      A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 06, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      ... so they stood at the top listening in, apparently he was complaining because the meals were "too big" and he was making one hell of a fuss - I got bored and left after at least ten minutes and Nando and Nat were a while behind me!

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      Sobrino de Botín - The World's Oldest Restaurant

      A travel blog entry by rcsander on Jun 01, 2013


      ... and we picked out what we wanted from the menu, which wasn't all that long. It's clear that this restaurant has things down to a science and doesn't need to offer a lot of things to get the business they need. We noticed a LOT of tourists other than ourselves; most were British or American. The waiters spoke both Spanish and English, and menus were offered in both languages. We ordered a pitcher of sangria, bread, and ...

      Sports and School, just like America... kind of.

      A travel blog entry by andrearini on Jan 31, 2013

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      ... there were heaters hanging over our heads, keeping us warm in the very last row. Despite our nosebleeds, I was able to see every player, their number, and all of the action on the field very easily-- talk about good stadium design. The soccer game was right up my alley, I love sports. But I also think that it helped me further connect to the Spanish culture. Even in a time of severe crisis, sports can still unite a city.

      Sunday we took a bus tour of Madrid. ...