Petit Palace Mayor

Mayor 46, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Adiós Madrid

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson


... con porros!
The other night the streets were so busy that it was difficult to get to San Gines so we decide to swing by this morning. The Chocolatería San Ginés is reputed to be one of the best places to get chocolate and churros so we had to try. Sue ordered a chocolate and churros and I had cafe solo with porros. Established 1894 the Chocolatería San Ginés has become an institution in Madrid - open 24 hours ...

'Please Sir, may we have some taller car parks'

A travel blog entry by llewellyns2013

... time we had a drink which is a great
encouragement to stay but we were off to get some Tapas at a Tapas market so
thought we had better go, after 1 more...

The Tapas bar contained about 40 stalls all selling their
specialities from savoury tapas like goats cheese and onion chutney to
chocolate bits! Another speciality may have been to cut the strap on my handbag
and run off with ...

A Taste of Madrid at night pt 2

A travel blog entry by williamluff


Having learnt the lesson from last night that siestas don't necessarily lead to energetic nights out, we skip a snooze and set off an hour earlier on Sa************ing straight for La Chueca. The streets are even more mobbed than usual and pedestrians weave through bumper to bumper traffic on the narrow roads, the Soho-esque vibe of this area drawing crowds of locals and tourists alike.

Shabby and rambling it's crammed with bars, restaurants, clubs, supermarkets and ...

Something tells me I'm into something good

A travel blog entry by josiezim


... were completely lost in this same location and now we are walking around without a map, confident of where we’re headed." Interesting choice of words as where we were headed (unbeknownst to any of us) was straight through the sex district of Madrid. It was a brief section of the street we had chosen to get us to a popular Tapas bar, El Tigre. Which as everybody knows, is Spanish for The Tigre. (Har-har.) We made it through the prostitutes unscathed and Henry (16) now likely ...

Wine and Tapas, Sun and Rain

A travel blog entry by hinekn

... which were tasty, but not hot, blood pudding and there were a couple of mussels. Lucky for John he was the only one that liked them. And yes, more wine. Fourth place had cheeses and meats, yes more wine. Fifth place had asparagus, pork that looked like pork rinds, duck and a few other items. It was quite incredible and they do this all the time. We were glad we had someone take us out since we would probably have picked one place and just stayed there ...

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