Hostal La Fontana

Calle Valverde 6, Madrid, Madrid, 28004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

What's on the Public's Mind?

A travel blog entry by jgrant40

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... media has on public opinion today mirrors the influence that media had on public opinion during the Spanish Civil War. During that period, the different radio stations played a large part in forming people’s opinions of the Republicans and the Nationalists. According to Victoria Hilsop, they even caused some people to start fighting for a certain side.

Over the past 40 years, the public’s opinion of Juan Carlos, the former king of Spain, has changed ...

Made to Madrid, on my bus to Burgos!

A travel blog entry by patrickhaggerty

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... loved his stuff. On the plane, I tried to sleep, but when I realized "The Way" was one of the movies I could watch, I partook. It's what got me started on this journey. Then after I was relaxing at the Madrid Airport I sat down to watch a soccer game. One of the teams playing had the cross of St. James (it's currently my icon on Facebook) as part of their crest on their uniforms, Celta Vigo which isn't far from Santiago de Compostela, where this ...

Madrid....capitol of Espana

A travel blog entry by surfmom

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... Moreria. Great suggestions Ester - mucho gracias " said like grathias" and merci beaucoup. So many people in Europe speak multiple languages...like 3,4 or 5....Makes me feel so uneducated!!!
Flamenco was amazing. Vibrant, exciting and so much facial expression. In a strange way it reminded me of hula. Made me start thinking about Thor Hyerdol's Kon Tiki theory of South American people migrating through Polynesia.....
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Toledo, not Ohio

A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski

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... for Don Quixote! The windmills he battled are about 60 km away, if we had more time I would have loved to see them. Toledo was known for steel fabrication of swords and knives. We wandered around for a few hours and had a few drink stops because today the temperature most reached 100. The heat isn't as terrible as some places because the humidity is very low and if you walk on the ...

You can't stop the feet

A travel blog entry by phenri

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When talking about the human body, feet are definitely not the most attractive part. There might be a few people who would try to argue against that statement, and to them I say, "Lemme see your internet browsing history, you perv." Unless they've discovered the miracles of incognito mode... But I digress. I think it's safe to say I feel decidedly moot about the body parts in my boot. The Spaniards however seem to have some irrational fear of bare feet.

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This hotel, located in the Centro area of Madrid, is near Chueca, Teatro Lara, La Latina, and Houdini.
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