Tryp Madrid Cibeles
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the city. The primary method of transportation here is walking. The city is spaced very close together; it is extremely easy and cost efficient to get from point A to point B. In the United States, most people use cars as the main mode of transportation. There is an abundance of parking lots and roads that lead to every bit of the city. In Valencia, there is very little parking. If I had a car in the city, I probably wouldn’t use it. However, if ...
- Museo del Prado
- Retiro Park
- Plaza Mayor
- Royal Palace of Madrid
Food & Booze
- Lunch @ Magasand (pretzels and sandos!)
- Drinks @ Del Diego (Retro G&T bar)
- Drinks @ Gin Club (name says itself)
- Dinner @ Mercado de la Reina (cheese egg fries)
1. Magasand! After days of eating delicious tapas and random seafood, sometimes ...
... which means Mosque Cathedral. It was originally a mosque during the Muslim period in Spain, and then was converted to a Catholic cathedral, which was built within the mosque. It was beyond words, the masterpiece that has stood for so long and has served different purposes. Being able to experience the strangeness yet beauty of the historic Muslim faith through their Mosque, and at the same time the beauty and holiness that is Catholicism, was so incredible (I am ...
... stocked. Perhaps a full night's sleep and a long hot shower are in my future!
We managed to get quite a bit of exploring in this afternoon, covered quite a bit of ground. We checked out the Puerta Del Sol with its "kilometer zero" plaque marking the symbolic center of spain; Plaza Mayor, the city's main square in medieval times, where we stopped for a Coca Cola Light and an espresso; and ...
... a custom with the original intent, is definitely one of the most rewarding and insightful aspects of international travel.
Both Chris, our guidebook, and the tourguide have all recommended that we find a restaurant with a cheap (10 Euros is a good price) “menu del dia” for lunch. So after ...