Tryp Madrid Atocha
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Madrid
Language means nothing. The barrier of language I face every day in this unfamiliar land does not stand in the way of my understanding of human emotion. We as humans share the same feelings of joy, pain, love and sorrow. We also share feelings of prejudice and judgment.
As I rode on the subway in Madrid heading to my hotel, this disheveled looking woman came ...
... late 5 minutes meant time wastage of 230 minutes touring time. This was my first time late but we do have a few who are constantly right on time or late and a lot of passengers are fed up with them. It is the one bone of contention with people and rightly so. I have to say I was a bit slack in being late and will get my act together.
Off we went again and Billy started his commentary about Spanish history and it was very interesting. After about an hour, ...
We began our day with a ride on the AVE train from Barcelona to Madrid - a 3 hour trip that would have taken 8 hours by bus. We hit the ground running and took in the sights of Madrid including the magnificent Royal Palace ( watch the video), plaza de Torros (bullfight ring), Réal Madrid stadium, the Cervantes statue, as well as many other sights. We checked in to our hotel and experienced a siesta! ...
... for public executions. We also went to Puerta del a Sol, another grand square in a Madrid and also went back to the grand Baroque Royal Palace and square. Royal Palace of Madrid is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family at the city of Madrid, but is only used for state ceremonies. The King and his family reside on the outskirts of Madrid, about 5 kilometres from the city. The Royal Palace, is Madrid's largest building ...
... went wandering around the central area just kind of looking. There's a big Arabic/Moroccan market just south of the Cathedral which was sort of interesting. Went into the royal chapel where King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella are buried, although with their daughter and her husband and maybe one more of their sons. It's a little weird because you see these beautiful white marble tombs and that's cool, and then you go into the crypt and it's these wood ...