JC Rooms Puerta del Sol

Calle de la Flora, 4, Madrid, 28013, Spain
JC Rooms Puerta del Sol
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Wonderful Cookies called "Tejas"?

by case100

While in Madrid my husband found these flat cookies at every corner bakery and couldn't get enough of them. They're called "tejas". I've searched everywhere for a recipe for them and have come up empty. Anyone know how to make them? Or where I can order some on line? Ever since coming home, he can't stop talking about this delicious little cookie! Thanks

Re: Wonderful Cookies called "Tejas"?

by qaminari

Tejas are almond biscuits (cookies) from Tolosa in the Basque country. You might try asking the Basque tourist office if they know of a source:
http://www.turismoa.euskadi.net/s11-12375/es/contenidos/d_destinos_turisticos/0000015362_d4_rec_turismo/en_15362/15362-ficha.html

Re: Wonderful Cookies called "Tejas"?

by elpariente

With the last receipts they sent to you , you may become an expert on "tejas" ( Tiles)
I found in Internet a "Cakes shop" that sell "tejas" on line , at least in Spain.
http://www.trenzasdehuesca.com/producto.php?id=4
Sorry , the web is in Spanish , but if you need any help , please let me know

Travel Tips for Madrid

OLIVES, MADRID-STYLE

by Danalia

Ingredients

• 1/2 kg (1,1 lb) green or black olives
• 150 g (5 1/2 oz) fresh young onions, finely
• sliced
• Paprika
• Powdered oregano
• Chopped garlic
• Extra virgin olive oil
• Vinegar
• Salt

Preparation

Wash the olives in cold water and pat dry with absorbent kitchen paper accurately. Put them in a bowl and add the onions and garlic. Sprinkle with the oregano and paprika. Dress with the olive oil and vinegar in the quantity you prefer. Stir accurately and season to taste with salt. Stir again and let the mixture rest in a cool place before serving (for at least 1 hour).

While you can purchase stamps...

by ChicaAmable

While you can purchase stamps at the impressive Palacio de Comunicaciones, it is more common to buy stamps at 'estancos' which are tobacco shops. Look for a yellow sign with 'tabaco' in brown letters. If you want to send mail, drop it into the big yellow mail boxes that are found throughout the city. The box also has 2 red stripes and the symbol of Spain's postal service on it.

Palacio de las Cortes de Espana El Congreso de los

by ruki

The Congreso de los Diputados is the seat of the lower house of the Spanish Parliament. It is built in neoclassical way in 1843. The building changed its name twice under dictatorships and finally reverting to its original name of Congress with arrival of democracy in the 1980s.

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Photographic equipment in el Rastro

by agarcia about Fotocasion

Fotocasion is a great (probably the best of the city) photography equipment shop that could be found in el Rastro area. During Sundays, they exhibit some of their older models in the street, something that I find most interesting, as I simply love those very decorative and extremely unpractical cameras ;-) Excellent deals in both second hand and new equipment could be find here, as well as filters, batteries, memory cards, camera bags, tripods, hard to find film rolls... A picture freak paradise. :-p As in every other Rastro shop, it is possible to bargain a little bit the prices for second-hand equipment, always within reasonable levels.

When to eat

by jacob_m

The times in Spain are also very diffrent from many other European countries. Lunch do normally not start before 2 pm and the Spaniards don't eat dinner before 10 pm (few restaurants even open before 9.30 pm). This is also one of the reasons why the nightlife begins so late. When going to bars the Madrileños like to eat tapas which can be almost anything, every bar has its speciality.

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Address: Calle de la Flora, 4, Madrid, 28013, Spain