Apartamentos Cuatro Caminos

Hernani, 24, Madrid, 28020, Spain
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Help-lost hotel!

by smartie1947

I stayed in Madrid 4 years ago, but have forgotten the hotel I stayed in. I have a mate going to Madrid later this month and would like to recommend this hotel.
From memory it seemed to be one Metro stop (possibly 2) beyond the city centre from the airport on the direct line (I do not remember changing lines.
The Metro station was plumb on the edge of a massive roundabout, with 4 or 5 major roads leading off it.
The hotel was diagonally across the roundabout from the Metro station.The hotel faced onto the roundabout and seemed to take up the whole frontpiece between 2 of the main roads leading from the roundabout,
Can anyone supply either the name of the hotel or Metro?.
Many thanks in advance

Re: Help-lost hotel!

by mollymoo0oo0

wow, this is a bit cryptic!!

The line direct from the airport is Line 10. Here's a link to the metro map: http://www.metromadrid.es/acc_resources/pdfs/Plano_Metro_2008.pdf and I suggest you try working with that and google maps (maps.google.es) and a google search for hotels to track down what you're looking for!

Other than that, I can help you find some cheap hotels or hostals in the centre.

Good luck!

Re: Help-lost hotel!

by qaminari

For a start, exactly what are you counting as "the city centre"? This will make a big difference when counting one or two metro stops out..

Re: Help-lost hotel!

by mollymoo0oo0

oops.... sorry I made the mistake there of saying line 10 when I've been rightly correctly - line 8 runs from the airport (was working from memory as the metro map link wasn't working at the time of writing!)....


so, are you any closer to solving the mystery yet? out of interest, what was so great about this hotel? would you like any other suggestions? (if so, please give us a clue about budget/facility and location requirements).

Happy travels,

m.x

Re: Help-lost hotel!

by stevemt

How did you book this hotel origionally?

If online eg Venere.com, you may be able to access your account and get the information

Travel Tips for Madrid

The Museo del Prado is one of...

by Pegasus74

The Museo del Prado is one of the world's famous galleries that houses an impressive collection of fine art works largely from such Spanish artists as Goya and Velazquez. I have always liked to visit art galleries where there are just so much history to learn and so many stories to read about; almost every masterpiece portrays a thousand words. Entry was free on the 31st Dec; Sunday and national holidays as well if I'm not wrong. Near the entrance, a guitarist sat comfortably on his stool and performed 'Canon in D Major'. Standing in the long queue I was enjoying the soothing music so that my patience was not tested at all.

The Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza is another of Madrid's attractions. The collection of 800 paintings was originally owned by the Thyseen-Bornemiszas family, who decided to sell/give them to the nation in 1993.

Picasso's masterpiece Guernica, depicting the misery of a small Basque town bombed by the Germans during the Spanish Civil War, hangs in the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. This art museum is also home to a fabulous collection of other 20th century Spanish works.

These three main art museums in Madrid are located close to one another and easily accessible from the Atocha metro station or the Atocha Renfe railway station. So take your pick but be informed that the former two are closed on Mondays while the latter is closed on Tuesdays.

Fiestas de San Isidro (San Isidro Feasts)

by Redang

San Isidro is the Patron of Madrid and we celebrate the festivity on 15 May. It takes place in the Pradera de San Isidro. However, the attarctions take place during one week.

Address of the Ermita de San Isidro:
Paseo Quince de Mayo, 62
- Tel.: (+34) 91 569 18 36
- Web: www.archimadrid.es/sanisidro (Spanish)

How to get there:
- Metro: Marqués de Vadillo (line 5).
- Bus: 25 and 50.

Pics:
- "La Pradera de San Isidro", painted by Francisco de Goya, one of the most important painters of Spain (main).
- Statue of Goya (2nd).
- Ermita de San Isidro (3rd).
- Some attractions (4th and 5th).

At Easter, if you're in the...

by sjvessey

At Easter, if you're in the village of Avila, located about an hour's drive west of Madrid, you may get quite a surprise if you stumble across their Easter celebrations. Held over three days (Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Sunday), it consists of a procession around the old town, starting at the main cathedral. The floats depict various Biblical scenes appropriate to each of the three days, and the townsfolk get dressed up in rather unusual (but traditionally Christian) costumes (see photo).

Avila is in the mountains, so at this time of year, it'll be freezing cold, and possibly even snowing, so take some warm clothes.

El Rastro (Flea Market)

by Redang

El Rastro is a popular market in Madrid, where you can buy almost anything, and mostly in the morning of Sundays and other bank holidays.

Another website:
- es.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Rastro_de_Madrid Anything you can imagine. Good prices and many bargains. It is worth it just to have a look although you don't have the intention to buy.

Calles de Atocha and de las...

by DrewV

Calles de Atocha and de las Huertas
We were in Madrid during the week, so the giant seven-floor discotheques weren't open. Oh well. We made tapas runs, drink all over Huertas, and Floyd even checked out salsa dancing places. Try to look presentable. The girls always look good, the guys less so.

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