Hotel Infanta Mercedes

Address: Calle Huesca 21 , Madrid, Madrid, 28020, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Paseo de la Castellana area of Madrid, is near Bernabeu Stadium (Estadio Santiago Bernabeu), Museo Lazaro Galdiano, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, and Museo Tiflologico.
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      "I'm so cultured, you already know..."

      A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Sep 28, 2014

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      Wow. It's crazy to think I've already been here for (now) 30 days... And boy was this week hectic! Earlier in the week, I was heavily swamped with emails trying to arrange for either teaching English as a second language to Spanish families or other job opportunities. I decided to get an internship with Hello! Creative Movement. The founder, Michele, is based in NY, but created a school where English speaking dance teachers instruct Spanish children in creative ...

      Differences between Spain and USA

      A travel blog entry by caseybennett18 on Jun 13, 2014

      ... del dia, you can have a three-course meal including drink and dessert for around ten euros. This is also an example of how the Spanish make lunch the biggest and most important meal of the day. There was one time we had a menu del dia and each person was able to get a coke, paella, a meat dish with potatoes, and ice cream for dessert all for ten euros. In the United States, no one would even think about eating that much in one sitting, except for ...

      Trial and error!

      A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Apr 17, 2014

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      ... on the top floor, gradually roasting in the Madrid sun. I had spotted an ideal solution, however, which was the church of San Francisco, which the tour bus handily took us past. Our trusty guide book gave a fulsome write-off of the church's interior (which was a little unusual for Madrid, as it seems most of the city's churches are rather plain). However (and rather bizarrely, we thought), the church was closed due to the Easter hols!

      Instead, we wandered around the ...

      What Spain Has Held, & What Ireland Has to Com

      A travel blog entry by sarahkay93 on Nov 11, 2013

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      ... which borders the UK territory of Gibraltar. Needless to say, I literally walked across a border, with only my passport in view in order to go through. The night that we arrived, most of the group immediately walked the 45 minutes to a Catholic Church on a hill, which proved to be quite a hike, but very rewarding; the church was beautiful. The next day, we again walked into Gibraltar, aiming to get to explore the Rock of Gibraltar, and all the adventures that it holds. ...

      Return to Madrid...

      A travel blog entry by irenan on Sep 16, 2013

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      ... French kings...think Versailles: all light and brightness, all playfulness and frivolity...and El Escorial: gloomy rooms with low ceilings, narrow windows that do not let much light in, dark floors, solemn paintings...The French lived to play, the Spanish lived to pray...

      Anyway, this time around we did not make any day trips out of ...