Madrid Hotels Articles

May 30, 2010

Restaurants and Eating Out in Mexico City

… Mexico City, featuring both French and Spanish type baked goodies as well as traditional Mexican pastries. El Globo and Panaderia Madrid are two such bakeries. With their wide range of freshly baked pastries and the comfortable smell of baking bread …

May 15, 2010

Madrid: Lodging, History And The Plaza Mayor

… waiter from a nearby restaurant will soon arrive to take your order. You can experience Madrid’s friendly atmosphere first-hand.

There are dozens of restaurants, cafes and bars along with many shops to visit. You can find antiques, coins …

May 13, 2010

Player profiles: Zindine Zidane

… euros) to have Zidane and he did live up to the expectation. The Frenchman was the important factor in Real Madrid’s acquirement of the Champions League championship in 2002 as well as the La Liga championship the next season. Zidane retired from …

May 11, 2010

Adolescência Em Perspectiva: Algumas Visões E Evolução Sobre Este Conceito

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… adolescencia. In: CARRETERO, M. J; MARCHESI, A. (Comp.). Psicología evolutiva: adolescencia, madurez y senectud. Madrid: Alianza, 1985. v.3.

______. Desenvolvimento da personalidade na adolescencia. In: COLL, C.; PALACIOS, J.; MARCHESI, …

May 8, 2010

Shopping in Madrid – a Manual to the Location of Spain

… and bars meshing hand in hand with the famous endless nightlife makes these places the coolest areas in Madrid to hand out in.

Chic apartments and fine dining can be found in Swanky Salamanca, in the northest part of the city.  The feeling …

April 28, 2010

Madrid Capital of Spain

… numero uno in the city. And don’t forget to end the night with the traditional Chocolate con Churrus. Madrid, as you would expect has numerous eating-place but try Casa Mingo in the Rio Manzanares. The house speciality is a whole roast chicken served …

April 26, 2010

Is all Spanish food spicy?

… . OK it’s not really hot either but incrementally hotter than Spanish.

Talking all this spice got me fired up, so off to Madrid I went in search of some spicy goodness. Dozoko in Madrid had plenty of wasabi or hot Japanese horseradish for my …

April 25, 2010

Two book reviews: Spain: A Culinary Road Trip and In Defense of Food: An Eaters Manifesto

… and the friends wend their way through highlights in Basque country, Barcelona, Mallorca, Valencia and more before finally returning to Madrid for a cooking showdown. Along the way Batali reveals, in one of the book’s many amusing sidebars, that he …

April 24, 2010

Spain’s Real Madrid Club De Futbol

… in by Spain’s Real Madrid is the result of ticket sales at the team’s home stadium – the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid. The stadium is estimated to seat, on average, 65,000 fans per game, and many of the seats are filled by season ticket …

April 11, 2010

What is traditional Spanish food?

… across the French border. Southeast from here, in Cataloria you get more rustic dishes made with beans, sausages, and rice.

In Madrid you enter the realm of roast suckling pig and lamb and a slow cooked stew of garbanzos and meat. The north …

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