Petit Palace Mayor

Mayor 46, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

Discovering Madrid

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas


... just east of the Palace where we saw a statue of Philip IV and the Royal Theatre. We stopped at Plaza Isabel II with its statue of her. Then we walked down Calle Arenal a pedestrian shopping area to the Puerta del Sol, than south to Atocha and back to the hotel.

I had some time here to begin the blogs. Larry and Derek rested and helped me write the blogs. At 6:00 we went down for our Welcome Meeting and what we ...

Cycling in Swindle-Land

A travel blog entry by mjc63


... pedestrian bridge. Quite a site. The colour of the Arve is due to it being sourced from the mountains and is much colder than the Rhone - no one was swimming on the banks of the Arve!
Its time for us to take the bikes back and think about getting back to the hotel. I grab a thickshake from McDonalds on the way, one of the few shops open in the whole city. Back on the tram to the hotel where we have a few hours to kill before the flight to Madrid.
We collect our bags and use ...


A travel blog entry by pieceofmind12

... tuh) But the thing is she said tlainta. Seriously. She said a Spanish word with a Chinese accent. How cool is that?

Therese has a great gig. Just what she was looking for. School, young kids, 16-hour workweek, no lesson plans and no homework.

Yea, Baby. ….

She manages all this by being a ‘teacher’s assistant’ or ‘auxiliary’ rather than a ‘teacher’. She works with the teachers during ...


A travel blog entry by seanconn520

... one of them spoke a little Spanish. We spent the first hour or so drinking with them and learning phrases in German. The whole festival was such an array of different cultures I met Swiss, Germans, French, and tons of other people it was a blast. We then returned to our campsite (which had another beer tent) to continue the experience. The only downside was that we were staying in tents and it was freezing; in fact one morning I woke up to frost on the ...

San Fermin Festival - "Mission Pamplona"

A travel blog entry by vivalaross2012


... be in so we did not even think it was going to be possible for us to see each other during the run. But I saw him with no problem coming down the street in his green t-shirt. I was so excited I began to shake and scream his name at the top of my lungs (which is why the video isn't the greatest, sorry). Anyways, we see each other then I look a little bit down and there come the bulls around dead mans turn! I was in a balcony and I thought my heart was going to pop out of my chest or I ...

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