Hotel Solimpar

Carretera de Toledo, Km 8, Leganes, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera de Toledo, Km 8, Leganes, is near Real Basilica de San Francisco el Grande, Puerta de Toledo, Plaza Colon, and Planetarium.
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Travel Blogs from Leganes

Running Through Madrid

A travel blog entry by haleycheetham on Mar 19, 2014

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... music, to Spanish vs. American drinking games. We were all able to piece together enough of the other language to somewhat understand what was happening.

When we headed to the airport on Thursday morning, Elena rushed us out the door, made sure we had time for one last spanish-cerveza- and-calamari-tapa excursion (we only had four minutes for this), and we spent our last minutes in Madrid in a solid running pace to catch our plane to Paris!

Learning to expect the unexpected

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 13, 2013

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... was lined with fully black men with white cloths on the ground containing DVD's and knockoff handbags, but on the corners of the cloth were strings so when the cops come they could pull it tight and run! I did find it interesting though that this is the only time I have seen Africans in Spain (apart from the British couple in the Madrid El Molino)
* I dont mean this in a racist way, more matter-of-fact.

We caught the train at 10:15 ...

Sports and School, just like America... kind of.

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Jan 31, 2013

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... around the city with the same man who led our walking tour. The cool part about Sunday was that I had seen some of the places before, but I never knew how close they were in relation to each other. Madrid is actually a very compact city. We talked about this in my cultures of Spain class today. Most European cities are more compact. Luckily, this makes it easier for travelers like me to see everything. In the US its impossible to spend a weekend in a big city ...


A travel blog entry by dansam2012 on Aug 20, 2012

... around the city.  It was hectic, as soon as we got near the city we were stuck in traffic.  The freeway had so many on and off ramps which the GPS kept deciding to take us on and of course we took the wrong turns quite a few times.  We found the city centre where we were staying and after going in circles for 2 or 3 times trying to follow the GPS and the lonely planet book map and F#@king Madrid drivers and their car horns, I was fried.  F#@k ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan on May 17, 2012

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... an hour or two. The Reina Sofia museum was spectacular just for Picasso's Guernica alone - despite his abstract style juxtaposing random body parts, the terror and pain he captured in the enormous painting of the Guernica bombings in the 30s felt raw and real. The Prado museum had a bunch of religious art - not something I'm particularly interested in, but at least it was pretty.

In between, I hit up Silvia's second food recommendation - a ...