Silken Puerta de Madrid

Juan Rizi 5, Madrid, Madrid, 28027, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Ciudad Lineal/San Blas area of Madrid, is near Plaza Mayor and Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial.
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    Travel Blogs from Madrid

    Bye bye Bruges, Hello Madrid

    A travel blog entry by bdmitchell on Jun 02, 2014

    2 photos

    ... that we are at the Madrid airport with PLENTY of time for our transatlantic flight back to Daytona Beach!
    As we waited in line at the Iberia check-in point a fellow Camino pilgrim behind us said we might have to pay 60 euros to get Peter's hiking stick on the plane. He had has the experience previously and had to give up his hiking stick. I could see the hurt in Peter's eyes. He had picked up his stick in Astorga and by now it ...

    How to kill 12 hours at Madrid Airport!

    A travel blog entry by thedreamteam on Apr 02, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    So we bought the cheapest flights possible, which not only meant we were on a terrible airline but also meant we had a 10 hour (turned into 12 due to delays) wait at Madrid airport. Imagine it, you´re 10 hours in to what you thought was only going to be a 10 hour wait.. people are starting to que at the gate, you´re due to be boarding 5 minutes ago, bags are being packed up again, the sweet sound of the end is in the air when bang, an announcement "sorry, your flight ...

    A day in Madrid

    A travel blog entry by badefamily on Jul 31, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... or into a few. Found a Starbucks for a frappicino, then on to the Palace. What an amazing place, the armoury was full of suits of armour all from 1500s, and armour for horses and dogs! The rooms were highly decorated and very ornate. We were there for 2 hours. Then we took the bus round the other route which took us out further and passed the Real Madrid stadium.
    Madrid is full of museums and art, and we thought had best look at one, ...

    The Big Three Zero

    A travel blog entry by fatdamien on Jul 14, 2013

    ... in the morning sun, which meant an early bit of exercise as we descended and then ascended the fairly steep curtain wall steps, and then onwards to breakfast where I needed to politely remind my best friend and traveling companion that it was, as we had previously discussed at length, my birthday. She had forgotten, bless her robotic heart.

    Soon we bussed back to Madrid, the city we've been based in for the last few days.

    A word on Madrid: Madrid is ...

    Miscellenea from Espana

    A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on May 19, 2013

    ... but to walk. Thankfully, at this time of year, there is a Red Cross station at the top to cope with any devoted pilgrims who need resuscitating, and also for atheistic, chunky Brits like me who need to do more exercise. It is a beautiful place; the shrine is very emotive and the view from the top of the mountain is breath-taking. At the foot of the mountain we stopped to pick fresh almonds from the trees that grow wild there. You have to smash them open with a rock and it is well worth ...