Hostal Welcome

Address: c/ Casas de Miravete 28B, Madrid, Madrid, 28033, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star inn
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This 1 star inn, located in the Manoteras/Hortaleza area of Madrid, is near Faunia, Puerta de Toledo, IMAX Madrid, and Planetarium.
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      Córdoba - across the plains (Day 27) (Day 7 of 9)

      A travel blog entry by kezzapotz on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... We had some free time to stroll the streets of the old Jewish quarter. Back on the bus and continued on our journey. Afternoon break was in the heart of La Mancha in the wine making area of Valdepenas. We had a wine tasting accompanied by cheese and olives at Venta de Quioxte and a short break. Unfortunately, the air conditioning on the bus had failed this afternoon so the rest of the 2 hour trip ...


      A travel blog entry by anyssa on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... mine is coming to an end. It's really nice to meet other solo travelers especially when they are my age. After I spent time in the garden, it was so big I didn't even see everything and I was there all day, I went back home to Claudio's house. At his house I booked my next two nights in Barcelona; this time I will actually make it on time and not miss my train. Even though that was one of the most interesting nights of this ...

      El Prado and Kapital

      A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Apr 24, 2014

      ... actually wasn't even one on display, or one that was even a copy of another. It was sort of randomly placed in the corner of a room, and its artist wasn't in the area working on it. There was no label on it or anything, and it was still sitting on its stand half-finished. It portrayed a man shrouded in darkness and smiling into the "camera," but it was all in shades of black and white, and the shadow fell on the man making his face and hands look like a skeleton. I don't know ...

      Madrid , Prado , El Escorial, Valley of the Fallen

      A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Nov 12, 2013

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      ... and basil, toasted. Delicious! Then we walked from the bus station to El Escorial. Le Escorial is a monastery, school and basilica. It was built by Phillip II and is the place where all of the kings of Spain are buried. Again Maria Teresa explained everything. The Cathedral was built in the shape of a Greek cross which has equal cross members. The ceiling frescos were magnificent, done in the classical Italian style. After we toured ...


      A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Oct 30, 2013

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      ... and the horror of the wrong done to that place is plangent and vivid.

      So, on to the complex fun of Joan Miro, lively colour and design with linear symbols. Dali the train wreck, where psychoanalysis collides with an absurdist. Not really my cup of java. Delaunay and his delicious use of colour. There were many other painters in each of the styles are exhibited. No pics allowed. So we went room to room in a large rectangle around ...