Travelodge Torrelaguna Madrid

Address: C/ Torrelaguna, 69, Madrid, Madrid, 28027, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Ciudad Lineal/San Blas area of Madrid, is near Plaza Monumental de Toros de las Ventas, Plaza Del Toros, Paseo de la Castellana, and Bullfighting Museum (Museo Taurino).
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Madrid

Noche Buena (the Good Night)

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 24, 2013

1 comment, 123 photos

... Fernando, Monica, Candela, Monica's best friend Gloria, Euesebo, Marie, Nat and Kempes (family friend). We started with fifteenish plates of seafood - all piled sky high - prawns, salmon (amazing), tiny eels (my favourite food ever until I discovered they were eels and I was eating all of the body, I thought it was a plant), crab (amazing), oyster (didn't try) and a few other things I'm not sure of. Then dinner came out, I could have died at the ...

Parque del Retiro and El Prado

A travel blog entry by rcsander on May 28, 2013

1 comment

... It's interesting to come here and learn about the other side of that marriage - Mary was quite a character, but Felipe was too, and I'm learning more than I ever knew about him. He was actually her nephew....gross.


This weekend (Friday - Monday) is totally free. I was planning to go to Barcelona with some friends, but I've decided to stay in Madrid. There is just so much to see and do here, ...

Catching Up

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Jan 25, 2013

10 photos

... a huge scandal over the Royal family right now. The son-in-law (or as Antonio calls him El Cerdo-- the pig) of the king has been robbing money from the government, and just bought a new palace and car. Antonio also made a comment which I had never thought about before, but find very interesting. He said, "I have lived here my whole life and I have never seen such corruption in politics. I have even lived under Franco and things were not like this". I've studied the history ...

3 country update!

A travel blog entry by possum1 on Aug 09, 2012

1 comment

... There were several acts, and only with one performer on stage at a time: there were 2 male dancers, a guy playing the guitar by himself with very fast fingers, and several female dancers. I didn’t really know what flamenco was (I suppose I thought it was more like salsa), so I thought it was quite different initially, but I got into it. It’s quite a serious dance – the dancers all had serious expressions on their faces. The women wear frilly dresses, often with ...

Economic Comparison of the Capitals

A travel blog entry by niccouvrette on May 17, 2012

2 comments, 9 photos

... to the Salazar dictatorship. During this time, he tried to create a society that did not need innovation or modernity. Salazar wanted to keep Portugal simple and agrarian rather than industrial. This had an effect on the people’s mindset, making them less prone to want to change and less likely to become more developed economically and technologically. Personally I believe that this has made foreign companies less enthusiastic about expanding ...

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