Tryp Madrid Cibeles

Address: Calle de Mesonero Romanos 13, Madrid, Madrid, 28013, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Centro area of Madrid, is near Teatro Lara, Callao Cinema, Capitol Cinema, and Acuarium de Madrid.
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    A travel blog entry by neil.healy on May 20, 2015

    ... held it up for the people to see. One word stuck out to me as she held the picture. "Niņo. Niņo." I knew what that word meant.

    The disheveled woman was talking about a little boy. When she finished speaking she pulled out a Styrofoam cup filled with coins. She walked up the car holding it out in front of the passengers, hoping one would be kind enough to drop ...

    Zaragoza and Madrid

    A travel blog entry by chezann on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... and the judges you get given the trophy, the bull's ear, and carried out the main great door of the stadium.  Out the front of the stadium they have a number of statues of famous bull fighters.   The most well known one killed 1600 bulls and then had an accident and died after some insignificant altercation with a small calf/cow!   One of the other statues is of Alexander Fleming, the inventor of penicillin.  They look up to him because they ...

    Granada Day 1

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 05, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Spanish Gothic was basically out as a style so they didn't end up having almost any here.

    Everyone said I needed to wander around the Albycin section of town, which is one of the three hills that Granada is founded on. I did that and found it kind of boring. It's a lot of white Spanish houses and small alleyways that don't have any shops or people. Maybe the occasional person. It was on the way to the St. Nicholas lookout though, which ...


    A travel blog entry by stephjames on Oct 14, 2013

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    ... why we saw so many naked people in Barcelona. Spain has a law that gives people the right to be naked. So if you don't feel like wearing clothes then that's just fine here. We stopped for lunch in a place the tour guide suggested and it was tasty! We both got paella. It was much nicer than the one in Barcelona! The sangria was equally as good!! In true Spanish style we headed back to the hostel for a siesta. I love the Spanish way of life! We headed out for a walk and ...

    Another two inches shorter

    A travel blog entry by roamingreids on Jun 19, 2013

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    ... quaint short streets, alleys really with co,our full shop fronts and goods to match. Julia managed to find some fans she liked and we purchased a number for future gifts.

    Also found a great jewellery store with quite a number of unique pieces and managed to purchase something from their too. Later on we found a very traditional gift shop with things not seen before and on e again ...