Travel Blogs from Madrid
The old city of Toledo was fabulous - cobbled streets, church of Saint Tome home to El Greco painting ( burial of count Orgaz) and walled city ( high with river moat). Took 5 escalators to get to the city gates! BeAut marzipan and tiles with both Moslem mosque and Jewish synagogue. They were ruled by the black. Visigoths and Moslems with tolerance …
Madrid then Barcelona and Seville and Granada Rafaelhoteles Atocha Madrid Calles Mendes de Alvaro Hotel is great - aircon, which is great since it is 38degC! But the wifi doesn't send mail grrr! We met Thelia, our host and all 50 of us have been given a radio receiver and ear plug to listen to the tour guides' running commentary. Seems there will …
October 23-24, 2008 So this was the first day that Nihar had to start working after our vacation. We both were able to enjoy some breakfast together, wander around a little and then we had to pick up Nihar's Visa for India. We departed at the station. Nihar was off to give a talk at a University out in the suburbs of Madrid while I …
Oporto-Madrid, 22 despegos y 22 aterrizajes, antes de ir para Mexico!!! Perdoname la calidad de las fotos, pero son sacadas con mi movil....... Madrid quedará para sempre en el mi pasado que recuerdo!!!!
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This guy is a literal genius, I'm telling you.
After Gaudi, we walked around Barcelona for the last time. We passed a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRafaelhoteles Atocha Madrid
Comfortable, but again no room wifi
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