Isis Hotel

Address: Calle Antonio Lopez 168, Madrid, Madrid, 28026, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Usera area of Madrid, is near Real Basilica de San Francisco el Grande, Puerta de Toledo, Planetarium, and IMAX Madrid.
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          Sightseeing in Madrid

          A travel blog entry by jkelley on Jul 10, 2014

          I have mixed feelings about how this day has gone, but it started out well. I found a place in the airport called Left Luggage. For 10 € they would hold my backpack so that I didn't have to carry it around with me. This was money well spent. I caught the Express bus into town and wanted to get off at the Atocha Station. However, the bus driver never announced the stops. At the second stop, I was discussing where we were with three girls from the US and one of the locals told ...

          La Opera

          A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Apr 27, 2014

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          ... blog update. But it is a location where IT NEEDS TO BE SUNNY IN ORDER TO ENJOY THE PLACE. UGH.)

          Okay. I'll stop with the all caps now. But yes, these are the times that all caps are needed. I am... quite peeved. Out of all the freaking days to have rain, it's the one day that I'm going. Ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

          Anyway. Right. Today.

          So I slept in and then headed off to the opera with Rex. We watched Lohengrin by Wagner, and I have ...

          Madrid , Prado , El Escorial, Valley of the Fallen

          A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Nov 12, 2013

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          ... the Civil War from both sides. Francisco Franco the leader of the fascists is buried behind the altar. This basilica is a tunnel in a mountain that is about 300 meters by 300 meters by 300 meters which is bigger than St. Peters. But the Vatican only blessed 262 to keep it smaller than St. Peters. On top of the main altar is a cross 450 meters high with sculptures of the four evangelists who are each 18 meters tall. With the mountain and ...

          On The Road to Granada....

          A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski on Jul 10, 2013

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          ... today. We wandered from room to room, garden to garden in this enormous place. It wouldn't be a bad place to live. You could see the Moorish and Spanish influence in the design work. Its interesting that the Moorish geometric designs are popular again the the US. After the Alcazar we went for lunch at a small tapas restaurant near the hotel. We had gazpacho, goat cheese with honey, salad with chicken, pineapple,and walnuts, salad with ...

          Sobrino de Botín - The World's Oldest Restaurant

          A travel blog entry by rcsander on Jun 01, 2013


          ... which are next to the Prado art museum. That night, we decided to go somewhere that both of us had heard about but had not yet had a chance to try - Sobrino de Botín, the world's oldest restaurant.

          This restaurant has been around since 1725. Hemingway mentions it in the last few pages of "The Sun Also Rises," and Goya was a waiter here. It has a great reputation, even if it is a little tourist-y.