Hotel Las Artes

Paseo de las Artes, 15, Pinto, Madrid, 28320, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo de las Artes, 15, Pinto, is near Plaza Colon, Factory Madrid Getafe, Palacio de la Prensa Cinema, and Aquasur.
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    Travel Blogs from Pinto

    Days 5 & 6: Culture, Cine, Tapas & Sangr&#

    A travel blog entry by redfox418 on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... soccer (fútbol, rather) team play the French, so I watched the rest of the game with him over a dessert of grapes. Fridays are looking to be great days, due to the fact that I won't have any classes! Sleeping in a day earlier is something I appreciated rather quickly :) Around noon time, the girls of my group and I met up and went to Usera, a suburb outside Madrid that's considered Chinatown. Usera had a significant amount ...

    Sunday flea market and Retiro Park

    A travel blog entry by margshepherd on Aug 03, 2014


    ... on toast with Brie and sprinkled with golden syrup. So unusual but yummy. Bought lots of goodies at the market too. Had a lovely time. We returned to the flat for a little bit and then we walked to Reina Sofia art museum and enjoyed art by Picasso, Dali and others. The largest was Picasso's Geurnica which was painted as a sign of respect for all the lives destroyed in war. Very moving. After the museum we had a quick lunch of calamari sandwiches - too big and ...

    The cherry on the cake

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... I visited Chocolateria San Gines for the much raved about 'churros con chocolate' but I have to say I was a little disappointed.

    My final night in Madrid involved meeting Kath (a fellow Taste the Worlder) for another visit to Mercado de San Miguel where we tried many of the delicious options, then to a local café for a bocadilla de calamares which is a calamari baguette, very nice!

    Now for my final stop of this amazing adventure.... Costa Rica! ...

    Day trip to Toledo

    A travel blog entry by jenny-peter-g on May 12, 2014

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    ... not all on display at the same time) - also saw Rembrandt, El Greco, Titian, Goya and many others. We then had tea - lovely bread, cheese, local cured ham, and local olives & a glass of local Spanish wine - picnic in the botanical gardens. Gorgeous evening and gorgeous surroundings. Ran in to a group from the tour on the way home so had a night cap with them. An all round fantastic day. Can this trip get any ...

    Australia: according to Spaniards

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 19, 2014


    ... know, your breasts"
    "What?! Why?!?!"
    "Well I've always wondered what Australians have... Like instead of a nipple"
    After quite some time she admits "I read that Australians don't have nipples because they don't need them because koalas supply their milk"
    "And I'm guessing you read this on the internet"
    "How'd you know ?!"

    "Be careful of the drop bears!!!"

    But surprisingly, no one has heard of ...