Hotel Ada Palace

Address: Calle Gran Via 2, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

Sangria and Tapas

A travel blog entry by on Apr 23, 2015

7 photos

... but they weren't there either, so we went to the third and they also weren't there. We were about to leave when they waltzed through the door, just in time for a table of 6 to open up. We ordered our €6 euro (bucket) of sangria each and they brought out 7 huge plates of tapas. We could barely fit it all on the table. The food was delicious and the sangria even more so! We stayed for 3 hours chatting and ...

El Retiro and Museo del Prado

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 16, 2015

30 photos

... nothing I’ve read has been able to explain the role of the giant’s horses ass. I assume it represents the Spanish church.

From the Prado, I wandered back towards my hotel, taking some different wandering streets. I was surprised how many shops were closed, and many restaurants had few patrons. I found one that was fairly busy and had a pasta and a glass of wine. Then back to the hotel to rest and ...

Madrid in a Whole New Light

A travel blog entry by centraltimer on Sep 21, 2014

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The Royal Palace is a historic building only, used for state ceremonies and no longer the residence of the royal family. Ming had taken a Madrid tour the previous weekend and the guide joked about the royals downsizing from the 3,000-room Royal Palace. Now they had to make do with 1,000 rooms.

We left there for a nearby park, where I was too caught up in the beautiful sunset over a view of Madrid to fully appreciate the ...


A travel blog entry by dememarie on May 22, 2014

... pick-pocketing is the crime of choice in Madrid because it is fairly simple to pick out the tourists from the common folk in Madrid, we all have backpacks and maps or we are taking a billion pictures of things normal citizens find of no interest to them. It is not a hard crime to commit and the likelihood of getting caught and arrested is slim in this part of the world. Travelers are warned a million times to watch their things and keep them in eyes view, and that should ...

Final day & flights

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 25, 2014

1 comment, 88 photos

... We were given completely melted chocolate and the drinks after we finished the meal. The seats were lumpy and there was no avoiding touching arms with the people next to us. We were so excited to get Emirates but none of us would fly them again. They couldn't even manage to keep a stable temperature, either so hot even the hostesses were sweating or so cold I was wearing my thick jumper! I tried watching TV shows but there were too many ads and the sound almost never worked. I ...