San Antonio De La Florida Hotel Madrid

Address: Paseo De La Florida 13 , 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 Cerralbo Museum, Hermitage of San Antonio de la Florida (Ermita de San Antonio), Teleferico, and Madsegs Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

Day 23 - Madrid

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 09, 2014

21 photos

... us to drift off to sleep. We finally reached Toledo and all thought what a lovely city it was.

There are two parts to the City of Toledo in that there is a new part and old part of the City. The total population of the city is 82,000, but only 10,000 of those want to live in the old part, because it is less comfortable than the new part with buildings more suitable for today's population.

Toledo was - successively a Roman municipium, ...

Cancelled flights are lame

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jul 15, 2014

... many of them are going to speak English like they do in Madrid.

I left for the airport and instead of taking the bus like I normally do from Madrid city center, I took the metro. It turned out to be a little faster, and I didn’t have to walk all the way down to Plaza de Cibiles with my backpack. My flight to Havana had originally been scheduled for 3pm, but I got an email from my travel agent last week saying that it had been pushed back ...

La Opera

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Apr 27, 2014

1 comment

... that once was more than enough for the opera. I do like Wagner's music, but a 4.5 hour opera with constantly repeating themes was a little much for me. Also it was set in an orq-cave-esque coal mine straight from Lord of the Rings, which made the dull plotline slightly more bearable. And this is coming from an opera lover.

Anyway, since the opera was so long, that was all I got to do today. Also find out all of my frustrating news. But... oh well. Es la vida.


A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 06, 2013

1 comment, 42 photos

... it was hard to get a good look or photos but it was beautiful in other ways. It was quite empty and the paths were lit by oil lamps with archaic buildings so it did feel as though we could have been in another century (just with modern cameras).

We visited Treka, a gay village in Madrid which was noticeably poorer and not maintained at all. This contradicts the research I've done for my English speech (why gay marriage should be legalised in Australia) ...

Segovia or Sebia ?

A travel blog entry by gaplyf on Nov 20, 2013

3 comments, 19 photos

... in sleeping beauty and with structual beauty its not hard to see why. 3. The Cathederal, with Spains unlimited supplies of gold during the exploration age this building is a testament to Spains former world status and wealth , with no other word for it than enormous. With everything in gold and stained glass windows its an amazing building and We were lucky to see it. However another highlight was the difference ...