Jardin De Tres Cantos Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... known monument in Madrid like the Eiffel Tower in Paris or Big Ben in London - there is an underwhelming statue of a bear and a strawberry tree that is the city's coat of arms. 6. Only 50 percent of people living in Madrid are natives We are currently on a train heading to Barcelona! We originally were not planning to go to any cities I've already been to on my previous backpacking trip with my brother but Barcelona is right on our way to France so we made an exception. Vamanos a la ...
... it to be something else. I didn't want to know really. Edging closer to Madrid, we see our first big black bull cut out on the side of the road and are told there are more to come. Our game is called 'Spot El Toro'. You shout 'Ole' when the bull comes into view. Madrid is also similar to Melbourne. Prettier fountains and trees than Barcelona. Gorgeous fountains. Our hotel is central. We walk around to a gorgeous food market. Plaza Mayou ...
... tapas and seafood, and of course shopping. The artwork of Antonio Gaudi fills the city and the Sagrada Familia, although still unfinished, continues to inspire devotees even today. His work continues with a team of architects and sculptors and his dream lives on. We embark upon our journey at sea ...
... br> - the Moors were super smart. They covered the walls of the city in Flint. When enemy bows were thrown at the walls they would light up. In the dry heat fires would start causing a magical deterrent.
- The worlds oldest working restaurant exists in Madrid.
I brave a look inside a restaurant located in the plaza depicting images of the bull winning over humans. Very gruesome. ...
I slept in today until 1pm and it was wonderful. Sarah and I had lunch together with Isabel (macarones-- a delicious pasta) before deciding to head out and meet up with Lupe and Fabiola at Cafe Bicicleta to discuss travel plans. We did a lot of planning and we have an exciting quarter ahead of us.
Afterward, after trying and failing to buy train tickets at the station, we instead decided to walk through the Madrid equivalent to Central Park, Parque del Retiro. ...