La Ochava Hotel

Address: Prolongacion c/ Alcala 4, Valdilecha, Madrid, 28511 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Prolongacion c/ Alcala 4, Valdilecha, is near Golf Olivar, Madrid Nights Tours, and Route of Don Quixote.
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Travel Blogs from Valdilecha

Time to head home!

A travel blog entry by meherbie on Oct 06, 2014

... overfed that at about 2am when they brought out the sandwiches,croissants and olives, I didnt even give them a glance. Now mind you, we finished dinner about midnight. That was when the dancing began. The DJ was really good, a great selection of music and people watching was amazing great fun. Yes, it did go on all night, we left about 4:30, had a little trouble getting an empty cab, but were crawling into bed just after 5am. What a fine event that was and so fun to watch the ...

Day Two (In the city that never sleeps)

A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 02, 2014

4 comments, 19 photos

... economy. We'd earlier passed a demonstration of people dressed in red chanting slogans that seemed to be focussed on Coca Cola. Our waiter Alberto explained of a recent closure of a local Coca Cola plant forcing 2500 workers out of work. The demonstration later followed us onto Plaza Mayor passing through one of the many lane-way entrances before passing out another on the opposite side.

On our way back to the hotel, we passed through the seemingly always ...

Day one- journey to Salamanca.

A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 06, 2014

7 photos

... and didn't. Through sign language and the help of google translate all messages were received. There is another student staying here but she was out. The apartment isn't big. The kitchen is a bit on the skinny side and very orange! Marisol offered me dinner, which I ate just after 7, early by Spanish standards. I was knackered so had to excuse myself before 8.30. Will be a busy day tomorrow trying to get my head around learning ...


A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 24, 2014

... or dragged over the fence and into the cleared off policia quarters to be dealt with. We had so much time on our hands we played "I Spy" and placed bets on what the total number of casualties would be at the end of the night. It's nothing to brag about, but my guess was closest at 38 people and to be completely honest it was probably way more than that but we had lost interest and stopped counting. People were setting off flares all around us, which was so cool to look at and ...

Two friendly faces in a very foreign country!

A travel blog entry by idahoteacher on Jul 19, 2013

5 photos

... Dali's and Picasso's Guernica. I was surprised by how huge it was! I was incredibly moved by the piece - the raw desperation of humanity in time of crisis! It was too awesome to describe. One of my favorite pieces of art, by far! Then I went shopping - nothing like a quick shopping trip to get rid of the raw emotion of war and death! Whoot!!! I found a Barca soccer shirt (on sale) and got an iced lemonade to cool down with.