Tryp Gran Via
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTryp Gran Via Madrid
Honestly the place is small but perfect for the single traveler. Wifi wasn't free, but available and reasonably priced. Good selection of TV channels. And best of all it was VERY centrally located within walking distance of just about everything. If I come back, I'm staying here again......
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Not too much to report about Madrid. It's a pretty funky city, lots of cool different stores and shops and cool designed cafes and restaurants etc. On the first day I went exploring for some places that I found in a design book and it took me longer to find than expected, or they weren't in the exact place that the book/app said they were. Went ...
... wandered through the streets and the Plaza Mayor. The Dads and the kids then went to another park while the Mums checked out cafés and cake shops.
All up we had a very relaxing time and it was great to catch up with the Rowleys again - revisiting Madrid 13 years since we last holidayed there together BC (before children). All the kids played together nicely, probably better than the adults did in the evening games of 500.
... the cutest soap you will ever steal from a hotel... so enjoy it!') so all is well.
Nick and biscuits is a bad combo. He has a basic need to see them all off and cannot rest until they are all exterminated. He did a fine job in the coffee area in the reception area, before we headed out to fill the car up with petrol and drop it off at the station, which is about 500 metres away.... but inbetween we had to negotiate several roundabouts and ...
... to know what direction you're taking on long streets). Phew, it was! Since we missed the one in Paris we thought we'd have a look at Barcelona's effort. Pretty good.
It is a massive reddish brickwork monument at the end of a wide promenade. The arch was built for the World Expo of 1888, which took place in Barcelona. Using bricks as the main material is a typical feature of the rather unusual architectural style the arch ...