Some news from Spain XIIII

Well I have literally left Spain out for quite some time, this is one of my countries !!! Well here is something traditional for the Holidays coming up.

Where to spent your Christmas Eve in Madrid,(my city) ;for the moderate budget we have some of my favorites there Ayre Gran Hotel Colon  Pez Volador, 1 | Tfn.: 91 400 99 00 | Price: 93 euros (dining and confettis).Chlidren  Menú  (Under 12 ): 34 euros. This is where I have stayed lately in the city great hotel , friendly service and all central. Mercado de la Reina Gran Vía, 12 | Tfn.: 91 521 31 98 | Price: 90 euros (dining and cup of champa or wine). Real Café Bernabeu Avenida de Concha Espina, 1 (Puerta 30. Estadio Santiago Bernabéu) | Tfn.: 91 458 36 67 | Price: 149 euros (dining and confettis). Children Menú  (Under 12): 55 euros. Café de Colon (previus Café de los Artistas)  Goya, 2 | Tfn.: 91 431 86 15 | Price: 110 euros (dining and confettis). Puerta 57  Padre Damián, s/n (Estadio Santiago Bernabéu) | Tfn.: 91 457 33 61 | Price: 165 euros (dining), 210 euros (dining and confettis), 50 euros (confettis). Children Menú  (Under 12 ): 49,50 euros. Intercontinental hotel  Paseo de la Castellana, 49 | Tfn.: 91 700 73 71 | Price: 450 euros (dining and confettis), 125 euros (only confettis).Children  Menú  (Under 12): 125 euros.  .  Gran Melià Fénix Hermosilla, 2 | Tfn.: 91 431 67 00 | Price: 295 euros (dining).  Children Menú  (Under 10): 147,50 euros.  Palacio de Cibeles Plaza de Cibeles, 1 | Tfn.: 91 523 14 54 | Price: 231 euros (dining and confettis).

Then, you have the heritage cities to hold such a nice occassion, such as Alcalà de Henares and the year of Cervantes,http://culturalcala.es/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Programa-de-Navidad-2015_2016.pdf ;  the markets of Avilà, http://www.avilaturismo.com/es/agenda/v-centenario-santa-teresa-de-jesus/item/831-programa-conmemorativo-v-centenario the festival at Baeza ,http://www.baezaturismo.com/ sweet Christmas at Càceres, http://www.turismo.ayto-caceres.es/  the patios of  Cordoba, http://www.turismodecordoba.org/ draw one at Cuenca,http://turismo.cuenca.es/  traditional at San Cristobal de la Laguna , http://www.aytolalaguna.com/descubre.jsp go the past at Mérida,http://www.turismomerida.org/  see the history at Segovia, http://www.turismodesegovia.com/  route trends at Salamanca, http://www.salamanca.es/en/ gastronomic Santiago de Compostela, http://www.santiagoturismo.com/  the ninots of Tarragona, http://www.tarragonaturisme.cat/es the traditional tiovivo at Toledo, http://www.toledo-turismo.com/ and the guignols of Ubeda ; http://www.turismodeubeda.com/index.php/es/

And you can find more about them at the official heritage site of cities of the Spanish heritage, Ciudades de Patrimonio , here, http://www.ciudadespatrimonio.org/ciudades/index.php?idioma=en

The best guide to choose your Spanish wine, is Guia Peñin , for years the best, http://www.guiapenin.com/

I just had my Beronia red Rioja Reserva 2010 tonite ::)  and as in my blogroll at the bottom of my main page, the wines of Spain  and more is found all here at Apolo y baco , http://www.apoloybaco.com/

One of the best Spanish language site on Spanish gastronomy is here, the one I follow, Diario de Gastronomia, sharing ::) http://diariodegastronomia.com/ and for Madrid my Madrid the best in Spanish is here, Los 5 mejores; http://www.los5mejores.com/ ; and to rent the best of Spain in rural beautiful Spain, agroturismo casas rurales here  ; http://en.antiquanatura.com/rural-tourism/espana/

Enjoy Spain in the magical time of Christmas to Epiphany !

 

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2 Comments to “Some news from Spain XIIII”

  1. Feliz Navidad y próspero Año Nuevo. ❤ 🙂

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