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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... as I've previously mentioned, Spanish girls are very standoffish - a method of protection, I think, from the incredibly overeager Spanish dudes. But with Basketball Superstar around, suddenly we were the coolest people in Madrid, and girls and guys alike were lining up to buy us drinks and take pictures with the tallest guy they've ever seen (because Spaniards are notoriously short people). The night continued in this fashion when we went to Kapital later, which ...
The main areas of interest in Madrid are actually divided on each side of the centre of Madrid and so we needed to strategically decide what to see. We still had passes on the hop on hop off bus so we decided to first go to the east side of the city to visit the Real Jardin Botanical and then the Museo Prado, both must sees of Madrid. On our way there we also were able to revise our plans somewhat.
The visit to the botanical gardens was a special ...
... converters, turns out Ytzel needed one as well, we headed back through the door yet again.
We began searching for the big road that our school was on and started walking. We must have passed a dozen different signs for "cafeterias" and "cervecarias" but no Estudio Sampere. After 20 minutes, I pulled out my map to see if I could find the school on it and then get back that way. Feeling like a complete loser, I opened my map for the first time ...
... but it is a 2 storied building.
La Casa del Abuelo Near Plaza Santa Ana, "Grandad’s place" is a spit-and-sawdust bar with bags of atmosphere. It’s customary to order the house wine to accompany the tapas – variations around the humble shrimp. Try them grilled in their shells (a la plancha ) or peeled and fried in oil and garlic (al ajillo ). Standing room only
Siesta and fiesta: Shops ...