Tryp Las Matas

Address: C/ Martin Iriarte 2 , Las Rozas, Madrid, 28290, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Las Rozas.
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Travel Blogs from Las Rozas

Good day in Madrid

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 16, 2014

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... Seemed like a good place to go to eat, but when we got there around 8 pm it was seething with people, mainly tourists, and after a quick and hassled tour round, decided to go somewhere where we could at least sit down in peace! Will try the Mercado during the day as we first saw it - busy but fun and manageable. Ended up having a small meal on the Plaza Mayor, and are now back in our room about to go to bed. The street outside ...

Made it to Madrid, now what

A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Sep 13, 2014

7 comments, 9 photos

... where you will eat one course at one house and then go to the next for the next course. We just did this with restaurants, one glass of wine, one plate of tapas and off we go to the next. We found Calle Victoria that had the greatest small restaurants and the food was great and super affordable. Our favorite was shrimp sauted in garlic, parsley and olive oil. With Johan and Veronice they could only stand have 4 small tapas before we had to get desert. We ...

El Escorial and valley of the fallen.

A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 22, 2014

26 photos

... place, his tomb is in the floor surrounding the main altar. The cross is 150m high, the highest in the world. There are two figures on the front of the Basicila, over the door, the lowest one is 12m long. There are about 40,000 men buried in the bascilla, the areas to see these are for family only. The Basicila goes back into the mountain, the main altar is under the giant cross. The work to make this building must have been so extremely hard as it's all ...

Madrid!

A travel blog entry by annrowberg on May 28, 2014

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We took the fast train to Madrid today. It was three hours rather than eight hours on a bus. Nygil picked up empanadas for our lunch on the train. We also had an apple, chips and wine. This is my kind of tour! We got to Madrid at about 1:00 pm and got on a bus for the tour of the city. It is a pretty city with lots of wonderful old buildings. Not as flashy as Barcelona but more colonial. Madrid is the capital of Spain so after checking into our rooms, right in ...

You know I don't speak Spanish, in English please.

A travel blog entry by lizanddan2013 on Aug 08, 2013

10 photos

... paella was also a hell of a lot better than the salmonella-infused dish at the Spanish Festival in Fitzroy in 2008. But I digress... Whilst Dan's stomach had enjoyed its introduction to Spain, somewhere along the line Lizzie had picked something up that slowed us down a touch, which we weren't overly concerned with at the time as it allowed us a day or two to lay low, and especially with ...