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

May 4, 2015

A travel blog entry by suzandpatsy on May 04, 2015

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We are so amazing! At 0900 we bravely set out to Toledo,Spain. We took two metro trains, found the Alsa bus station, bought a return ticket in broken English and arrived in Toledo at 1050! What a Trip. Grabbed a bus and Zippo.... We were in ZODADOVER Plaza. This 2500 yr. old city remains surrounded by walls..the Crusaders probably touched the ones we saw...sigh. ...


A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Sep 29, 2014

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... our fading memories so the more detail the better. If you don't want to read about the gory specifics I would skip the next paragraph. The first bull came into the ring with no heraldry and proceeded to look lost before it spied it's first matador and charged instantly. It's a very unfair battle. They get the bull running around chasing one person before he slides back into his skinny hidey hole. Another comes out and gets chased himself. 5-6 matadors do this for ...

Tour of Spain 2014

A travel blog entry by mselisker on Sep 05, 2014

... ever had in my life! I had some liver sausage today - something new. I drank decaf coffee - real stuff too strong. We filled our water bottles before we left.

Tough day - it's a five hour bus ride to Valencia. We stopped first in Griadix - a tiny village where many of the people live in caves. They pay taxes, have TVs, electricity, etc. - but carve rooms out of the hillside in the natural soft stone. Ellen, our tour guide, had gotten to know Carmen - and ...

The sweltering capital of spain

A travel blog entry by amandane on Jul 26, 2014

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... a hard time finding jobs. They were educated people, one was a computer engineer and the other was a HPE teacher, yet, after being laid off in the previous month, they'd been unable to find more work. To look in the bright side, at least they were in the fortunate situation of being able to consider other options, like moving abroad, which is not something that's achievable for the majority of the population.

We had a set of bunks in a large 6 bed dorm in the guest house come ...

Granada Day 1

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 05, 2014

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... hillside overlooking the city. It was a decent climb but not actually that difficult. Way less people. WAY more hippie. That section (past the Ablyzin) is known as the gypsy/hippie section of town. There are actual gypsies (Roma) who live in caves in the mountainside, and the people who live in the town out there are VERY hippie. Everyone has dreads and wears giant pants in large amounts of bright colors. You get the picture. It was interesting to ...