Petit Palace San Bernardo

C/ San Bernardo 3, Madrid, Madrid, 28015, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Teatro Lope de Vega, Royal Theater (Teatro Real), Callao Cinema, and Capitol Cinema.
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    Differences between Spain and USA

    A travel blog entry by caseybennett18 on Jun 13, 2014

    ... is the siesta. In the middle of the city, most shops and restaurants will close between two and four to allow their workers to go home and eat lunch with their families, as it is the most important meal of the day. In the United States it is common practice to work your way through the day while only having a small one-hour lunch break. These are just a few of the differences in transportation, food, and culture that I have noticed since I have been in Spain. ...

    En el centro!

    A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Apr 14, 2014

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    ... gardens we arrived back at the very pretty square in front of the Palace, and paused for a coffee. We then wended our way back to the flat to meet Olivia and Alex, who by this time were up, and had been on their own little exploration in the surrounding streets.

    Our plan for the afternoon was to visit the Prado Museum, but before we did that we needed some lunch. My trusty guidebook recommended a rooftop terrace bar on the top of an Arts Centre. However, ...


    A travel blog entry by simonct on Oct 14, 2013

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    ... beers of course) and a great Spanish meal. It was not so great subsequently for reasons I will explain later.

    On our first day we took a walking tour round the city where we saw some of the famous sights (Plaza Mayor, Palacio Real) and got a spanish history lesson, which mostly seemed to relate to kings named Carlos and Felipe, all of whom married their cousins. The tour guide even did a role ...

    Arrived in Madrid

    A travel blog entry by natashlopezbock on Jul 16, 2013

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    My flight from Boston to Madrid was uneventful, luckily. I landed about 7:00 am. Customs was a breeze and my pack was one of the first on the luggage belt making the entry process swift. My flight was however a little late making the wait time for my parents to arrive much shorter than the expected hour and a half. Mom and Dad arrived about 20 minutes later. We grabbed their packs and then we were off to Chamartin train ...

    Miscellenea from Espana

    A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on May 19, 2013

    ... I didn’t want her to know. For example when we were walking along the street, I didn’t want her to realise that Eugenio and I were discussing the relative merits of the various examples of carne fresca we could see, so we debated this in Spanish. But as she reads this blog too, I have now given the game away.

    However, when we met up with a couple of Eugenio’s friends the problem was exacerbated. We were sitting in a café, and I now had three people to chat to ...

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