NH Principe de Vergara

Address: Principe de Vergara, 92, Madrid, Madrid, 28006, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Salamanca area of Madrid, is near Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Fundacion Juan March, La Quinta, and Ayuntamiento.
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    Spain - Madrid

    A travel blog entry by junipops on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... closed for the day. We made our way to Puerto del sol again where we hopped onto the madrid city bus tour instead. This showed us many more city landmarks We had a quick eat stop at San Miguel market for paella and tapas lunch. Saw many interesting tapas, seafood and fruit drink stores We also made a special visit to calles del artes which has a wonderful rooftop terrace where you can relax on the lazy "beds" or gran a seat at the cafe overlooking the city views, Gran Via street and ...

    Modern Madrid

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 17, 2015

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    I was lazy this morning, staying in the room until late morning. Once out and into the cool, sunny day, I headed first to the Royal Palace. Although they claim the palace was modeled on Versailles, I found little resemblance. It still screamed "Bourbon Palace!" but had much more variation and much larger rooms. It's too bad that photographs are prohibited, because one of the most interesting Chinoiserie rooms (the Gasparini Room) I’ve ever seen is in this palace: in addition ...

    The Fire Drink of Galicia

    A travel blog entry by centraltimer on Sep 21, 2014

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    I watched the "witches" circling the room, chanting the spell to "call to the earth, wind, sea and fire to purify the drink and share it with souls of family and friends who cannot be here to enjoy the queimada," and it occurred to me that my very Bible-believing grandmother would be turning over in her grave. It was all in good fun, though it did give me pause whenever we had trouble extinguishing the flames. Here's how it ...


    A travel blog entry by dememarie on May 22, 2014

    ... The Cathedral was grand and had interesting carvings on the outside of the doors, and the inside it was like a museum with sculptures and paintings of Jesus and other important figures to the religion, such as a pope. The Cathedral, the lavish neighborhood, and the palace all lie next to one another, which therefore it could be deemed the richest part of the city in my opinion, and next to it, the oldest ruins of the city where the former Madrid lie. In my novel, ...

    Trial and error!

    A travel blog entry by jimmcauliffe on Apr 17, 2014

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    ... who marked down the orders in chalk on the top of the bar. Liz had a Fino, and I had an Amintillado.....the quantities were exceptionally generous, for less than 2 Euros a glass! Plus free olives!

    After this we met the girls nearby for dinner in a rather strange restaurant where the food was perfectly good, but the waitress very glum!

    As Friday is our last day, Liz and I had a relatively early night, and the girls were back at the flat by 1am, which was also early for them!