Ibis Styles Madrid Prado
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out some of the landmarks I’d overlooked—like the Tio Pepe billboard, Madrid’s oldest billboard. Then we stop for a Turkish doner, play some music… and part ways. Connecting the Hikes January 10, 2013, Day 184 8 hrs, 12.8 kms I still have a little more hiking to do around Madrid: I need to hike from downtown to Canillejas in the east. I start out by revisiting Parque el Retiro, which I visited with Vino back in 2008. Now the park ...
... been sold out the night before and our rooms weren't ready. Filipa gave us a trip briefing and information. She knew everyone's names as they got off of the bus and had already called us at home before we left on the trip.
We all left on a city walk individually to kill time until our rooms were ready. We walked to the Palace, Plaza Santo Domingo and ...
... attend the site, viewing it as a monument to the totalitarisn he represented. Franco selected the site for its beauty. The pine trees reminded me of home. It is dedicated to those who died in the Spanish Civil War. Some 30,000 are buried here, from both sides.
Only two people are buried inside the basilica. The graves of Franco and Juan Antonio, a poliitician killed in the 1930's, both have simple bouquets of carnations. There was at least ...
... to expect but this was a pleasantly surprising stop. As we walked through the impressive display of incredibly ornate coaches our guide explained to us the historical significance of each and we were all in awe of the detail put into these vehicles. Often the easiest way to demonstrate one’s wealth these were some of the best examples in the world of how the wealthy social elite and royalty used to travel around before the advent of the automobile (and ...
... with some friends we'd made from our hostel and headed out to find a bar to watch the game in. Although both teams are from Madrid, the match was in Lisboa and obviously tickets would have been outrageously priced -and sold out. It's been 10 years since these two teams have both made it to the final championship game so you can only imagine the crowds. After trying to get into a sports bar, which was just exploding with people, we walked to a street a bit closer to our hostel ...