Jardin De Tres Cantos Hotel

Avenida de los Encuartes, 17, Madrid, Madrid, 28760, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida de los Encuartes, 17, Madrid, is near Sardina Sub and Delitto e Castigo.
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    A travel blog entry by nutellaonapples on Sep 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... is very Madrid apparently), went to the oldest chocolateria (Tim was in churros heaven), saw the palace, gardens, Main Streets etc etc Silvia had a big concert to go to last night, so she sent Tim and I to one of her favorite bars where they give you free tapas with every drink. It was perfect! Off to wander the streets some more today, still figuring out how we're getting up to France. Is becoming difficult... But we'll get there, we always ...

    Banquets and Royalty

    A travel blog entry by heiner6 on Jun 25, 2014

    4 comments, 185 photos

    ... exciting time. I stayed with them about an hour and half before the helicopters began to fly over us and then the horse procession with drums turned the corner. Everyone began to wave their flags (given to us as we were waiting), along came the king's car. King Felipe VI was standing and waving at all of us, Queen Leticia was seated. The excitement was amazing, every one was shouting to the King and about Spain. It was such an amazing experience.

    Avila and Madrid

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Mar 28, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... of trying to write anything up or read. It was a good decision - when I got back, I felt fresh enough to try speed-walking through the Prado during free hours. I hopped the metro over to El Prado and got there around 6:45, so I had about an hour until closing at 8.

    The Prado is certainly a lot more up my ally than the Reina Sofia. I saw the entirety of the bottom floor (floor 0) and then ran upstairs JUST in time to see Las Meninas. I ...

    Little kids!

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 17, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... room my headache was so massive I thought I was going to start crying – I have so much respect for music teachers now! They could learn piano, the triangle, fagot (I'm still laughing), violin or hand-drum thing (I’ve forgotten it's name). I had an extremely shy girl - whose glasses magnified her eyes so much that she looked like a rat - talk to me through another only slightly-less-shy boy who knew no English so had forgotten what she said to say by ...


    A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Aug 22, 2013

    1 comment, 118 photos

    ... matador to put the bull out of its misery. The matador would aim his sword at a specific part of the bull's back, and thrust. Hopefully it would require only one thrust; often it required more. The bull would stagger around for a few moments, then collapse. It was quite confronting to see this magnificent beast, who only minutes before had been full of life, now lying motionless on the sand of the arena. I realised it was the first time I had ...