TRYP Madrid Chamartin Hotel

Mauricio Ravel 10, Madrid, Madrid, 28046, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Paseo de la Castellana area of Madrid, is near Bernabeu Stadium (Estadio Santiago Bernabeu), Plaza Mayor, Museo Tiflologico, and Teatro de Madrid.
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    Flying shoebox to Madrid

    A travel blog entry by coryandlaura on Sep 05, 2013

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    ... his knees were going to explode.

    So the airport in Madrid is gorgeous. It has a very Scandinavian design. As a photographer and artist I was mesmerized by the architecture. Also the airport is really well thought out. One of the best design features was the water fountain that had a tall faucet for filling water bottles. Genius! Now one of my favorite airport features next to airports that have free internet like MCO.

    So we settle in at ...

    Rosie Goddard aka La Niña

    A travel blog entry by jessspearman on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... from Canada, more Americans and some cool guys from Australia. We left the hostel and headed to a bar near Sol which Bri and I had been to before. We were all doing our own thing, Bri chatting with Dominic, Hannah with some Australian guy and I was with a lovely guy called Angus from Australia when we realised that Jenna was a little worse for wear. So, like the good friends we are Bri, James, Dominic and I took her back to the hostel and put her to bed. Another thing I have yet ...

    Experience or try anything once!

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jun 16, 2013

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    Hoy está domingo. En España, los domingos son días de resto y familia. Mi familia de España tiene "la comida" grande en los domingos. Comemos en la mesa grande y hay muchas partes de la comida. Hoy tuvimos una sopa del pollo y los fideos. Entonces, comimos un plato tipico en España. El plato incluyó una variedad de el pollo, la carne, la salchicha, los verduras, las patatas y los garbanzos. Tuvimos tiramisu como el postre. ...

    La semana pasada, una semana pesada

    A travel blog entry by andrearini on Apr 15, 2013

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    In Spanish, the word pesada means heavy. It can mean heave physically, like something that weighs a lot. It can also mean annoying or unbearable. But in the context I use it here, it means heavy, not in the sense of weight, but in the sense of a heavy heart, hard to bear, hard to understand and deal with. The sentence, “la semana pasada, una semana pesada” means, “last week, a heavy week.” Last week was indeed just that, heavy. I don’t remember ...

    Adventures With The Tallest Man In Spain

    A travel blog entry by danikanewlee on Mar 02, 2013

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    ... in LA because he will "spend all!". Resourceful. Aside from all this, Basketball Superstar also happened to be genuinely NICE and incredibly friendly, so by the end of dinner, all 7 of us who didn't previously know him wanted to be his best friend. The night continued at Chupitos (literally translated = Shots), a Spanish chain of bars known for their super duper specialty shots involving fire & various alcohols mixed together. The entire crowd there was ...