Hotel Infanta Mercedes
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... National Library</b>, and. Building designed by Yamasaki, the New York architect who designed the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. For those of us who wished to visit the Prado Museum, our TD got off the bus with us to show us where to purchase our ticket, prvide directions to the entrance, and where he'll be waiting for us in three hours - at the statue of Goya. The Prado Museum has many of ...
... at one of the most famous churro places in Spain, La Chocolatería San Gines. The most unfortunate part of this experience for me was that there were nuts in the chocolate and due to my allergy I had to stick with churros with café con leche instead. I was told it was nothing compared to the churros con chocolate, but I still thought it was absolutely delicious.
Also, on two separate occasions, I got to check out the Hard Rock Café Madrid, which is ...
We bought two-day tickets for the HOHO bus (hop-on hop-off). It is really an excellent way to find one's feet in a new city while gleaning valuable information as well. Madrid is a beautiful city with lovely buildings, interesting architecture and beautiful sculptures.
What amazes me is how restaurants spring up from nowhere on these huge sidewalks and squares. While having coffee, a couple of people started rolling out huge squares ...
Considering how many times I've been to Paris, it seems a little strange that my only previous experience of Madrid was for work, which doesn't really count. So, the plan is to rectify that, and get a really flavour of the city - by staying in a little flat RIGHT IN THE CENTRE....and you can't get more central than where we are. Once again, we're renting an apartment through the airbnb website, which has served us so well in the past. We've stayed in some interesting ...
... collars, tiles, and window how the artists at that time finally got the concept of expressing depth in their paintings.
Flemish Roger van der Wyden's painting of the Descendamiento is a beautifully moving piece with so much details and expression compared ...