Tryp Las Matas

C/ Martin Iriarte 2 , Las Rozas, Madrid, 28290, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Las Rozas

27th May 2014

A travel blog entry by kjnicholson


... Royal Palace but I will stop it there, I think you have enough information about my favourite part of the trip this far. After the palace we visited the Valley of the Fallen. This is a basilica which means place of worship or church. It was located in the hills of Madrid but only took 30mins to get there. We drove through this long driveway and over a bridge and made it to the car park where we all got out, had lunch, then walked about ...

Exploring the Prado Museum.

A travel blog entry by joarmour


... Virginia and I went on to the Botanical Gardens, where there were bed upon bed of brightly coloured tulips, and fountains and walkways to wander along. The glasshouse contained both a collection of desert cacti and then a subtropical collection of more lush species. Beginning to feel slightly weary, we wandered along another street back towards the hotel. We popped into a nearby coffee shop and met up with Eileen, who encouraged ...

Extended stay and what a day

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.


... This is the eighth floor of a 1930s-style apartment, concierge and all.

We headed back into the city on the steamy, packed metro to Sol, central Madrid and walked around this busy pre-Halloween, vibed up, packed shopping plaza. Gypsy beggars, hustlers with clipboards, streams of open-faced Madridians meeting, chatting, talking, vibrant ... good ... a bit edgy. Spain's recession means streets are under-cleaned, under-maintained, and the traffic is dense. Still there is ...

On The Road to Granada....

A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski


... Yesterday we started the day off with a walk to Plaza de Espania which was built for the Iberio- American Exposition. It was designed in the typical renaissance using typical materials going in the city, brick,tile, mosaic, and iron. There is tile work depicting each region in Spain. It was cool to see. After the plaza we went to The Alcazar. ( The Royal Palace) Originally built as a Moorish fort but today its the oldest Royal ...

Tequila, sal y limon

A travel blog entry by portoryko

Ostatnie dwa miesiace w Meksyku byly pelne nowych doswiadczen. Nie tylko mialam szanse zwiedzic ten piekny kraj ale rowniez doswiadczyc jak wyglada normalne zycie i praca. Jak zwykle mialam duze szczescie. Trafilam do kraju gdzie poczulam sie jak w domu. Mimo wielu roznic, nie czulam sie tu obco. Meksyk jest krajem przyjaznym dla cudzoziemncow. Ludzie sa bardzo ciepli i pomocni. W pracy nie mialam presji z zadnej strony ani nagonki. W domu ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Las Rozas, is near Planeta Welby.
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