Hotel Praga

C/ Antonio Lopez 65, Madrid, Madrid, 28019, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Comillas area of Madrid, is near Real Basilica de San Francisco el Grande, Plaza del Dos de Mayo, La Casa Encendida, and Cuarta Pared.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Madrid

    Keep Your Plants Happy With The Following Tips

    A travel blog entry by bettermedal4415 on Sep 29, 13

    ... the sun when deciding on a place for a garden. Gardens need sun. Almost all flowering plants and vegetables grow best in excellent sunlight. Vegetables like tomatoes require a lot of sunlight and will not produce without it. If there are trees above the area, trim them back or look for another location because a garden without sun is doomed to failure.

    An easy way to transport tools to and from the garden is to use an old golf bag. Many golf bags have a stand ...

    Ok once you find the campsite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Feb 04, 2013

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    Quite an amazing city with The 16th Century restored Mezquita Cathedral (originally 785-787) and the magnificent Roman Bridge and the narrow cobbled streets of the Jewish Quarter and its 14th Century Synagogue. Apparently in the 10th Century this was one of the greatest cities in the Western World, I still think it is. It has retained so many features of its changing history, you wonder how they could have survived the changing rule of the city with what was ...

    Why am I doing a blog ?!

    A travel blog entry by cameronblake67 on Sep 03, 2012

    ... Naturally, in recent days I have a developed a great deal of sympathy for any poor ******* that happens to have posed the question "How’s Madrid?". I have proceeded to waste in excess of an hour of many-a-person’s time and it has become increasingly apparent to me that the smart thing to do is to just write it all down and give everyone the option of reading as much or as little about my new life in Madrid as they like ...

    Infrastructure in Madrid and Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by nvarner on May 24, 2012

    ... more than ten times that amount of highway. While all the new infrastructure is impressive, it has outstripped demand. Hatton states, "Politicians invested in eye-catching, and vote-winning, public works projects in an economic development policy that would be known as política de betão (roughly, "the politics of concrete") instead of restructuring Portugal for the emerging challenges of a rapidly changing world."


    My Iberian dream ... 2011

    A travel blog entry by northqld on Oct 20, 2011

    48 photos

    ... Recovery, shower and change = improvement.

    Down the 43 steps, outside and down to main Praca, went to take a pics, and bloody damn, the SD card was still in my computer, so back to room to retrieve it : I Anyway, all good then, and with some blue skies still visible I set out to explore teh little medievil city. Beautiful indeed, with wonderful big main square, alas where they did executions during the Spanish Inquisition!! Onwards and upwards up windy steep alleys, ...