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

Spanish Art ..... Prado, Reina Sofia

A travel blog entry by daniellemcnicol on Sep 12, 2014

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... where we ran into a friend of Malcolm's from Adelaide Di - who was travelling through Spain with her sister-in-law and nephew. It was nice to catch up. Di and her relatives are about to do a small tour of Spain, then she heads off for a cooking school in Sicily, with a week back in London before heading home. I love the sound of the cooking school and would love to go back to San Sebastián to attend one. After the Prado we headed off to the Museo Nacional Centro De Arte ...

The sweltering capital of spain

A travel blog entry by amandane on Jul 26, 2014

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... show taking place downstairs in the basement and if we wanted to buy tickets for that, we would get free entry to the jam sesh. Tickets were supposed to be €10 each but then her boss came over and said that all 5 of us could get in for €30. Bargain!

We headed downstairs to find a small, underground, dimly lit room with only around 20 chairs set up either side of the venue, facing the stage, leaving a narrow aisle down the centre. We approached the bar, got some ...

The train to Lisbon/Madrid

A travel blog entry by jd.6392 on Jun 10, 2014

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... going to make it in time. Good call. Got in a cab. At the time, good call. Got to the station, forked out for the cab. Missed the effing train by two minutes. Ahhh. At this stage I had a sit in the train station. Just on the ground. Bags on my front and back and tried not to hate the world too much. After I recovered, I realised that being in Madrid for a day was not going to kill me. In fact it was a bloody great second choice to a day in Lisbon. Aside from the wasted money, ...

Lazy day

A travel blog entry by seasia2011 on Apr 14, 2014

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... from the little problem with everything being in Spanish. Although the yogurt and juice labels may look the same, beyond the basic ingredients we were at a loss. We made the best of it though, got what we thought we needed and headed back to the apartment. Also, similar to Canada they charge you 50 cents per plastic bag at checkout.

When we met back up with Dan we set out to see some of the sights but wanted to save the major highlights for when Sheridan arrived. There's ...

Vero has arrived

A travel blog entry by soyvero on Feb 26, 2013

... going to Madrid and they stuck with me until I met
up with Belen (my host mother) at the airport. I never found out their names but they
were my first taste of this country and I will never forget their
kindness. Their hospitality towards me really went a long way
and I am so grateful that that was how I started my trip. I can barely keep my eyes open at the moment so later I will post more on the family and my first impressions of the city.