Husa Princesa

Address: Princesa 40, Madrid, Madrid, 28008, Spain and Canary Islands | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Argüelles area of Madrid, is near Teleferico, Santa Ana, Princesa Cinema, and Renoir Plaza de Espana Cinema.
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      Culture packed weekend in Madrid

      A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Nov 09, 2014

      ... exhibit commemorating the 25th anniversary of the falling of the Berlin Wall. A projector was putting images over the puerta of iconic images surrounding the fall and leading up to 11/9/1989. All in all, I spent at most 3€ this weekend to rent the boat. 3 museums in 3 hours, all of which were free, AND a free light show. Talk about a bang for your buck! Stay tuned next weekend for when I visit Spain's older capital and see a very famous ...

      Flamenco, tours en espanol y más!

      A travel blog entry by davlar87 on Aug 27, 2014

      1 comment, 43 photos

      ... Miguel de Cervantes among other tidbits. Once that tour was in the books, I hopped in a taxi (there were no metros nearby) and headed back to the apartment to quickly change and head back to Plaza Mayor for the highlight of the day, the tapas tour!

      Now, I'd done the tapas tour in Barcelona but the two can't be compared. The Madrid one was run by a lovely young lady named Laura who I chatted to throughout the evening. She had only ...

      The Seville Barber and much more

      A travel blog entry by irajani123 on Nov 26, 2013

      1 comment, 14 photos

      From Jerez we drove for an hour north to Sevilla to explore an Andalucian icon. Irfhan had found us a wonderful 19th century apartment right in the heart of Old Town although parking proved to be a real challenge as the streets are very narrow. However, once we managed to drop our bags to the apartment, we enjoyed our central location and were able to walk to many of the sites and neighbourhoods ...

      A new part of Spain.....

      A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 22, 2013

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      ... of the paintings was centred on religious subjects such as the birth and crucifixion, the Last Supper, etc.

      After touring the main floor, I had a look at the cafeteria to perhaps get some lunch. It was divided into a cafeteria and a restaurant section), and I decided on food from the restaurant side (better selection, but also more expensive). While I was dining, I was chatting with the people seated next to me who were from Miami.

      El Escorial Monastery, Valley of the Fallen, Prado

      A travel blog entry by shallan on Aug 18, 2012

      ... There was also a circular crypt done up in white marble for the Royal children didn't survive to their first communion, very sweet. The rest of the monastery was somewhat underwhelming though.. It was then onwards to the Valley of the Fallen - this was built as a memorial to the soldiers who lost their lives in the Spanish Civil War ( cintraversal as apparently some prisoners of war where involved in building...) It consisted of ...