Novotel Madrid Campo de las Naciones

Address: Calle Amsterdam 3, Madrid, Madrid, 28042, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Madrid

        First full day

        A travel blog entry by bensteads2014 on Sep 08, 2015

        ... the church will be open tomorrow morning Alan suggested we go to the Retiro park (it was enormous) so I suggested we have a nice sit before beginning exploring the park - bliss. We both think Madrid is great with masses of open gardens and wide pathways. During our wandering at Retiro we found a building very like Crystal palace, amazing statues and buildings, water features and everywhere clean and tidy. One building ...

        Food glorious food

        A travel blog entry by jfm13 on May 13, 2015

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        ... and alters. It has some spectacular traditional stained glass windows but also some impressive modern ones. I particularly liked the coloured panels in the roof.
        On the way back to our hostal for our siesta we dropped into a Farmecia to get an emery board. Anita had chipped a bit of a filling the day before and had sent a photo of her tooth and an email to our dentist in Adelaide, Will South, to ask his advice about seeing a dentist when we reach Provence and are ...

        Saturday- heading to Madrid.

        A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 19, 2014

        14 photos

        ... most are only open for breakfast, and there was a huge line! The churros were delicious but so filling. We carried on rolling, I mean walking, and Christina showed me to the palace, which looked beautiful all lit up. Considering it was about 11.15 on a Saturday night, no one seemed drunk, in NZ, there would have been lots of drunks around. Christina and I parted ways at the Puerta Del Sol. I headed back to the hotel and almost straight to ...

        First Day of Class

        A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Mar 31, 2014

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        Hoy fue el primer dia de clases. Sarah quiería asistir la clase de Flamenco, y por eso, salimos con Isabel de casa a las 9. Usamos el metro, que es muy simple, y llegamos al Instituto en como media hora. Yo no tuve que hacer nada por muchas horas, y fui a caminar por la ciudad. Caminé por Calle de la Castellana antes de ir a Vodafone para comprar un telefono celular que sirve en Madrid, y luego fui a una tienda grande ...

        Hitting our stride in Madrid

        A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Oct 28, 2013

        13 photos

        ... capital.

        We jumped off "near" our area and navigated back by our newly acquired map. Anytime you draw a line through unknown territory and walk it there is a risk. We came closer to our neighbourhood into a bright canyon-like street that opened into a wider area. My eyes told me: no cars parked or other wise, no children playing, no walkers, men standing in doorways watching, stained footpaths and even though the area was wide, this ...