Jardin De Tres Cantos Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Madrid
... Buzzing with people it is a "festival" - the feast of San Isidro. Last time we were in Madrid in 1976 it was the feast of San Antonio. At least Catholicism can make a good excuse for parties.
After an obligatory beer and complimentary tuna/ potato salad with the locals watching Raffa on the TV at a very downtown tiny bar, we cracked a Rioja reserve 2009 [Fredrico Paternina for $11] and then finally got ...
... small chocolaterķa where we have our churros and dipping chocky. As we sit we start to organise our last day in Madrid. Sunday is bullfight day and market day, so the day is planned, see you in the morning.
What a night! One of those which will stay with us for a very long time.
Mick and Dimi got lost this evening going back to their apartment, we got back to ours 20minutes before them and they only had a 300metre walk… ours was nearly 2km.
I thought it was ...
... grass and next thing, we had a restaurant on a lawn in front of our hotel. However, it did not belong to our hotel. Waiters scuttle happily across the road from restaurant to open-air tables. We've experienced this in more than one city. I noticed this in Barcelona as well: not a sign of a restaurant – heavy roll-down doors cover the exterior, and then suddenly, everything opens up, tables and chairs are carried out on to sidewalks and voila! restaurant ...
- Cathedral of Toledo
- Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes
- San Martin's Bridge
Food & Booze
- Lunch @ Alqahira Rincon de Oriente (middle eastern restaurant--amazing traditionals like falafels, hummus, pitas)
- Dinner @ Casa Gonzalez
- Cheese @ Casa Alberto (the most pungent cheese I've ever tasted)
1. The entire city of Toledo was ...
... Oh my god!" It was awesome. She also said it was worth the trip to Europe just to see them. They were all from between 1694 and 1709. After ample time in that room, we left the palace and took some fun pictures before walking to get Diane her sandwich. I was smart and brought food with me that I cooked last night, so I ate that while the girls had their lunch. The server screwed up - of course - and ...