Hostal El Catalan

Address: Hortaleza 17 20 Izquierda, Madrid, Madrid, 28004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Centro area of Madrid, is near La Latina, Chueca, Teatro Lara, and Houdini.
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        Travel Blogs from Madrid

        Two days in Madrid

        A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Oct 10, 2015

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... a very elderly lady and her granddaughter (not sure where they were from) and two Tasmanians (us). Our guide was wonderful - she was very knowledgeable and had been doing this tour for 12 years - and she said it was the first time she had met anybody from Tasmania - she said we were exotic!!!

        Our trip from Madrid to Pedraza took about an hour and a half. Pedraza is world heritage listed and is one of the best ...

        A bit more culture back in Spain

        A travel blog entry by onawym on Jun 05, 2015

        7 comments, 17 photos

        ... I took a second look. By the time I got to Avila it was getting late so I parked up by the road and walked into the town. It’s got the most perfect walls all around the old city and they look like they were only built yesterday. It was dark when I got back to Wym and the place I’d parked up wasn’t too good so I decided to move into a quieter side street for the night. Reversing into a parking space at night – big mistake as the reversing ...

        La Familia in Portugal and Spain

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Oct 08, 2014

        70 photos

        ... and what was the original masonry work, wood carving and glazed tiles. The ability to create such masterpieces back some 600 years ago is just incredible.

        Another highlight of our tour of the Alhambra was the Generalife gardens which were originally planted to serve a dual purpose of providing produce for the palace and also to be used as decoration. Now they are purely ornamental and even though we were a bit late for everything to be in bloom, they were ...

        Day 82 (Lagos)

        A travel blog entry by marcohj on Aug 05, 2014

        1 photo

        ... that night, which again I will delve into more. When we got back to the hostel the others were back, having visited these amazing rock pools and cave systems and the like, and embarking on a self-professed photo shoot. After a bit of a relax, it is here we embarked on our grand dinner. I am a firm believer that you can tell a lot about a person from their actions in the kitchen, both their effort and their expertise. Axel the soon-to-be PE teacher and toned former gymnast was ...

        Sorolla, and El Retiro

        A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Apr 16, 2014

        7 photos

        ... raspberry jam, and - hey presto - breakfast!

        We walked on to the Sorolla museum down lovely tree-lined streets, under a very warm, beautifully blue sky. The museum itself was in the house that Sorolla occupied when he moved to Madrid, and it is absolutely wonderful! The gardens are like a miniature version of the alhambra, with little pools, surrounded by pots of geraniums and various other leafy, exotic plants. Inside, the house has been wonderfully maintained - some ...