Address: C/ Rey Francisco, 5 - 3oC, Madrid, Madrid, 28008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Teleferico, Santa Ana, Princesa Cinema, and Renoir Plaza de Espana Cinema.
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Madrid- Week 10

A travel blog entry by imdbling on Nov 17, 2014

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... at all I would be staying in Madrid, the rest are booked for traveling, so it was nice to enjoy a few more Spanish things.

Thursday I went with Shannen and a friend from her class to the Puerta de Europa towers. These are twin towers that lean in towards each other in the business sector of Spain, quite far from where I live. Afterwards we walked around near a nice park and enjoyed the scenery. I got lunch at a pretty cool place i've been dying to try called ...


A travel blog entry by bethalexandra on Aug 13, 2014

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As our guides tour was not scheduled until the afternoon we decided to do our own walking your of Madrid and headed in the direction of Plaza Mayor. According to Margaret this was the centre of business in Madrid and all the apartments that surround the plaza are past down from family to family from the original wealthy owners. The plaza was the site of trials, bullfights, festivals, ...

List of Random Things about MADRID

A travel blog entry by amyryush on Apr 10, 2014

... around 15 minutes earlier than necessary you will always end up being late to the dinner get togethers. But that’s okay cause everybody else will most likely be late too.

*** All you need to know how to say in Spanish to sound super madirelean is “Vale, no pasa nada, y hombre” with the correct accents of course! Hombre, no pasa nada, vale? Just say this phrase and you are set to go. Everybody will think you are Spanish. Oh also you just have to add ...

Day 68 Madrid and the beginning of a 9 day tour

A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Dec 14, 2013

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... I'll jump on the metro. Catch a train to Sol, figure that's gotta be the centre. When I get out and head to the exit following the crowd I'm awestruck when I get out of the stairs at of the metro. There are literally thousands of people. All laughing and dazzled by all that's going on. There's lots of Disney characters, Santa of course, so many amazing lights and things to look at. Wow. I certainly m in the centre of somewhere. There's a giant metal Christmas tree that ...

Madrid is Amazing

A travel blog entry by maxine.daniels on Aug 29, 2013

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... and a cup of coffee. Lunch typically is at 2pm and dinner is served between 9-11pm (which is really late). Most shops and stores close between 3-5pm for a Siesta. That's when people go home take a nap in order to be refreshed and rested for partying in the evening. And boy oh boy, the spaniards sure know how to party!!! With that said, after I finished my tapas I went to my flat to have a siesta!!! :) I got up at about 9pm feeling well rested, Showered, got dressed, ...