Hotel Espana

Address: Calle Teniente Figueroa 3, Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, 19001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Teniente Figueroa 3, Guadalajara.
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        Travel Blogs from Guadalajara

        Prado, Guernica and Flamenco Show a Day in Madrid

        A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jul 06, 2015

        9 photos

        ... Corrado Giaquinto, Juan de Flandes, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and Anton Raphael Mengs. The public part across the street is where we wondered during the stop. We also went around the side of the palace by the cathedral and realized that was where the courtyard to the palace was actually located. Directly across from the palace courtyard is the entrance to Almudena Cathedral. The official title is Santa ...

        May 1 2015

        A travel blog entry by suzandpatsy on May 01, 2015

        23 photos

        Up late this morning ... Breakfast and coffee shots at hostel desayuno.....People from everywhere in Europe. Got some info on food and the May Day solidarity Parades. Outside..clean up and street washing continue ..all the outdoor cafes empty for the moment. We can walk to everything and to every museum and gallery are close by! Twisty streets.. Lots of chocolate and churro cafes. Walked into Ale-Hops... Cheap and cheerful paraphernalia ...

        More Tangier

        A travel blog entry by kenandmarette on Oct 28, 2014

        16 photos

        ... they drove us to the point where the light house stood for a cup on mint tea and a view of the Atlantic Ocean. Then we were wisked down to the beach for a camel ride. Camels are big animals. Mine wore a net over his mouth. When I asked if he was a biter, I was told he only bit other camels. I was hoping my tan slacks didn't confuse him. They were calm and obedient and rode much like a fat horse. Our guide Jamal had his most ...

        Thyssen Museum!

        A travel blog entry by gabrieladulceee on May 29, 2014

        10 photos

        ... very interesting because the teacher is so laid back, but he talks about concepts I have talked to my mom about. He talked about biological genes, and about different theories and how sometimes it doesn't need to be something clinically proscribed, sometimes if you change the way you view something, your habits can change without you even knowing. I really enjoy his class. After class though, I picked up some of my readers, went ...

        Learning how to appreciate Art - Museo del Prado

        A travel blog entry by amyryush on Jan 21, 2014

        31 photos

        ... and he is hunting down the hare into a net which symbolizes the church.

        Gothic paintings are represented predominantly by the color gold. This painting shows the transition from Romanesque from Gothic with the slow implements of perspective and also the expression of the humans in the background. Andrea Mantegna's seemingly simple work effectively expresses through his portrayal ...