A&H International Apartments

C/ Luis Cabrera 37, Madrid, 28002, Spain
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March 2010 visit to Spain

by richardj43

We will be spending four nights in Madrid this coming March and are interested in daytrips highlighting wineries or Olive tours. We will have a car rental and there is three adults in our party. Also interested in recommendations on best location to stay while there. March 17th through the 20th.

Richard, Marcia & Kay

Re: March 2010 visit to Spain

by Redang

Regarding the day trips, take into account that many times you have to pay for the car parking once in the other city plus the one in Madrid, so, balance the price/tickets for the trasnportation Madrid-other places.

Regarding where to go, Segovia, Toledo, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Aranjuez...

If you want to visit the city centre of Madrid, Sol/Gran Vía area is good, if you come to Madrid just for the day trips, maybe a bit out of the centre, just balance the hotels' prices.

For links, many tips and you can visit my page on Madrid if you wish.

Santi

Travel Tips for Madrid

Go to the Prado Museum (one of...

by dutch-tulips

Go to the Prado Museum (one of the best museums in the world), take a tour of the Palacio Real, and walk around Plaza Mayor. If you are in Spain during bullfighting season you must partake in its pagentry. Not for the weak of heart or animal lovers. There are many but visiting the Prado museum is really special, give yourself enough time to view all the magnificent paintings especially my favorite, La Meninas by Velazquez.

Feria di San Isidro, Madrid.

by breughel

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I have been in Madrid in May as it is a fine period for the weather between cold winter and super hot summer. No particular problem with the Feria di San Isidro; Madrid is always full of life.
It seemed to me that the festivities turned a lot about the daily bullfights at the famous arenas of Las Ventas. Toreros and "aficionados" all over our hotel and Las Ventas full booked. The Feria di San Isidro is a mix of a religious feast on 15 May and a most important bullfighting festival from 7/05 - 31/05/2009.
Best is to stay away in the late afternoon from the subway lines 2 and 5 who bring the crowds to Plaza de LAS VENTAS.

Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

by Frisbeeace

Inauguration date: 14 December 1947
First match: Real Madrid-OS Belenenses
Renovations: 1953, 1982, 1992, 1998
Pitch dimensions: 107*72 meters
Capacity: 80,000 seats
Floodlights: 1,300 lux

For fans of the Real Madrid there is a tour of the stadium: Normal visits ('follow the arrows') & guided tours. These tours include a panoramic view, the dressing rooms, the field of play and the trophies exhibition.
Price: Adults: €9.00
Opening times: Daily from 10:30 to 18:30 except matchdays and days after them.

Arquitectura en Metro/Architecture by Metro: L7

by Redang

There are dozens of emblematic buildings and monuments in Madrid, famous and less famous. I bring here the possibilty of seeing some of them linked to each other by metro.

* Metro: Cartagena
Name: Torres Blancas
Address: Avenida de América, 39
Architect: Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oiza
Year: 1.961-1.968

* Gregorio Marañón (also line 10)
NAME: Museo de Ciencias Naturales
Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 80
Architect: Fernando de la Torriente
Year: 1.881-1.886

Name: Edificio Castelar
Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 50
Architect: Rafael de La-Hoz Arderiusand Gerardo Olivares James
Year: 1.975-1.983

* Metro: Canal (also line 2)
Name: Teatro del Canal
Address: Calle Bravo Murillo, 49
Architect: Juan Navarro Baldebeg
Year: 2.000-2.007

* Metro: Islas Filipinas
Name: Hospital Clínico San Carlos
Address: Calle Manuel Bartolomé Cossio, s/n (Plaza de Cristo Rey)
Architect: Manuel Sánchez Arca and Eduardo Torroja
Year: 1.928-1.936

Important notices:
1. Some buildings or monuments are very close to the metro station and easy to be found whilst some others are a bit far and it's not so easy to get to them, you only have to look for the correct street or square.

2. The link shows the list of the stations of the different metro lines.

3. As I said before, there are many buildings/monuments, but I only bring here a few of them.

"SALSA" DISCOS: RAMDALL

by balihai69 about RAMDALL

good dancers, nice decoration.selected music (salsa, merengue and bachata in equal percentage), but on weekends they have an hour or so (from 3.45 to 4.45 aprox) of funky, latin-hop, reggaeton, samba, meneito, even "sevillanas" (usually i change to another place when this "happy hour" begins)

special session on wednesday dedicated to salsa L.A. and N.Y. style, salsa on two, 70's music
on wednesdays and thursdays they have dance lessons (22.30 to 23.30h i think)included with the cover

drinks are not so good as you could expect

day to go: thursday

weekends: 10 € cover &1 drink, 14 € cover and 2 drinks 23.30 to 6.00h
rest of the week: 7 € cover &1 drink, 10 € cover and 2 drinks. 23.30 to 4.00h

underground: "plaza de españa" or "ventura rodriguez" no sneakers, thugh u will find people wearing them ...
try to dress up a bit

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 A&H International Apartments

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Address: C/ Luis Cabrera 37, Madrid, 28002, Spain