Maydrit Hotel

Piragua 1, Madrid, Madrid, 28042, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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    Last full day in Europe!

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jul 14, 2014

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    Today was my last full day in Europe for the rest of my trip, and that’s pretty exciting! I woke up pretty early this morning but didn’t feel well at all. I had a pretty bad stomach ache and I didn’t move from the couch until about 1pm. Vivi recommended some sort of herbal tea thing as a remedy and it seemed to help a little bit, and then I went out for a walk at lunch time at that seemed to cure me. I just had a slice of pizza for lunch, but ...

    Somos Madrileños

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Dec 28, 2013

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    ... interchanges.

    Emerging into the sunshine at Sol (or Vodaphone Sol as it is now listed and signed on the Metro) we are greeted by Sponge Bob and various other cartoon characters who inhabit the square ready to provide a photo opportunity for children and undoubtedly a few carteristas (pickpockets) who are looking for a wallet or purse opportunity. It's a only a short walk to the Hostal Persal so we take a slightly more circuitous route passing Museo ...

    Discovering Madrid

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Nov 11, 2013

    25 photos

    ... Miguel. This is a great market in an historic iron and glass structure dating from 1916. There was fresh produce, wine, beer, gourmet foods and some very good looking tapas which are traditional appetizers, lots of olive, fish and meat.

    Next we went to Corpus Christi Church and Convent. A group of cloistered nuns live there and make dulces, sweets to sell. We looked at the beautiful chapel but didn't get any goodies. You ...

    Onto Pamplona!

    A travel blog entry by 2girls1world on Jul 05, 2013

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    ... our bus because there had been a problem with their ticketing system. Feeling annoyed we got off and had to pull our bags off. The woman checking off the tickets didn't speak any English to just ignored us. The bus left and we were left there with one other Spanish guy who had also been kicked off, he spoke a little bit of English so we tried to figure out what was going on. Another bus arrived, everyone else got on, we were waiting waiting.. ...

    Sobrino de Botín - The World's Oldest Restaurant

    A travel blog entry by rcsander on Jun 01, 2013

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    ... br>

    We were heading downstairs to leave when I stopped to take pictures of the oven (also 300 years old). It's the original wood fired one that is still used to make the cuchinillo. Ashly moved to go inside of the kitchen. I started to tell her that we couldn't, when I noticed the owner/manager, the same one who had gotten us the table, standing nearby. Then he opened the door and told us we could go in. ...