NH Sanvy

Address: Goya, 3, Madrid, Madrid, 28001, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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    Spain - Madrid

    A travel blog entry by junipops on Jan 25, 2015

    4 photos

    ... hotel, H10 metropolitan which was a nice art decor building with plenty of interesting furniture and book rooms to admire! We also visited the Museo d'art with it's expansive views and stunning facade and roof top terrace! Afterwards we went back to Barceloneta for a salad and paella dinner. Spent the last moments of the night having hot chocolate and reading the design books in the lounge downstairs. And that is all for such an amazing trip. Breathtaking and just a life time of ...

    Modern Madrid

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 17, 2015

    60 photos

    ... 8217; abdication in July 2014. (They also opted not to have a coronation ceremony for the new king, given the financial crisis Spain has faced in many recent years). The palace is generally not decorated for use, except for the dining room, which is, I gather still used for state occasions, but has little furniture, and the rugs are all rolled up. There might not have been too much furniture in many of the rooms (courtiers stand, after all), but this palace, even less ...

    The Fire Drink of Galicia

    A travel blog entry by centraltimer on Sep 21, 2014

    12 photos

    ... down the stairs, reciting the verses in alternating English and Gallego, the language of Galicia. The basic idea is that the good witches drive the bad spirits away.

    Ana, the only native of Galicia and teacher of the Galician language, was the lead witch. Her rendition of the verses was kind of spell binding, no pun intended (well maybe a little bit intended). Judy, the American, had a sort of farcical quality, kind ...

    MADRID!

    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 ...

    Lope de Vega and the Retiro (again)

    A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Apr 16, 2014

    10 photos

    ... we began to wonder what was going on, but were reassured by some sounds from within.....perhaps the delay was a slightly Spanish attention to timing. Eventually one of the Swiss bravely rang a little bell, whereupon a giant, bearded Spanish man opened the wooden door, and announced that the Monastery was closed until Sunday in preparation for Holy Week. Rats! We all dispersed, and I returned to the flat with the news.

    Fortunately I had a Plan B....Liz and I ...