Petit Palace Madrid Aeropuerto Hotel

Address: C/ Galeon 25, Madrid, Madrid, 28042, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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    Why Am I Here Again Exactly?

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... it would be fun to wander around and look at stuff without having to read anything to enjoy it. As it turns out, being the biggest in Europe isn't always all that impressive. You see, I've been to aquariums before, both in New Zealand and in Australia. This was really no different. Sure, it was still cool to see sharks, freak out a bit at stingrays, see beluga whales for the first time, gawk at a few turtles and tortoises and find Nemo. But it wasn't ...

    Zaragoza and Madrid

    A travel blog entry by chezann on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... Saint James was preaching the Gospel in Spain, but was disheartened because of the failure of his mission. Tradition holds that on 2 January 40 AD, while he was deep in prayer by the banks of the Ebro, the Mother of God appeared to him and gave him a small wooden statue of herself and a column of jasper and instructed him to build a church in her honor. This is a very beautiful Cathedral / Basilica with small adoration chapels inside the main church. There is a ...

    ¡El cariño de Madrid

    A travel blog entry by ms_donabee on May 27, 2014

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    ... came to my room once shes ready and we left for the city. We took a train from Nuevos Ministerios to the city. I cnt remember which station anymore but it was near the Museo Municipal and we walked to the Puerta Del Sol, which according to Wikipedia is one of the busiest and best known places in Madrid. I can see why. There were so many people everywhere and it was indeed busy.
    On our way there we found ...

    Marvelous Madrid

    A travel blog entry by dmengesha on May 26, 2014

    ... behind, and the making of Guernica was eye opening. The fact that some of the most influential pieces and artists of that time period are held in Madrid speaks volumes of the Spanish in my opinion. It illuminates the idea that history in very important in Spain as is preserving it. It also displays the cultural awareness of the Spanish living in Madrid and the tourists visiting it. There is a profound interest in ...

    Time Flying By

    A travel blog entry by traveldestinee on Oct 22, 2013

    1 comment

    ... a friendship with a local. Before leaving for Europe Semester, I had always hoped that while on the trip I would be able to get to know the locals. The owner (Domenico) was so bummed that our group was leaving Rome. While in Rome we saw many sights. One that was cool was the Pantheon because it happened to be raining that day and so we got to see the tiles a little wet. On the ceiling of the Pantheon there is an oculus and when water comes ...