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They might become so contented with life around the Plaza Mayor that they never want to come back home.
The Plaza Mayor is entered through several narrow passageways and overlooked by nearly 500 balconies - and what sights there have been over the years.
There's plenty to see here starting with the Plaza Mayor and its cathedral, or rather cathedrals, as there are two joined together.
The famous Plaza Mayor at the heart of Madrid is a must-see; The ultra-modern Room Mate Oscar Hotel
You're only a short pounds 1ish metro or pounds 7 cab ride from the central square, Plaza Mayor.
Part of the funds will be for urban revitalization of eight blocks by the Plaza Mayor de la Constitucion.
As temperatures soar in the summer, sitting in the Plaza Mayor with a cool beer is THE place to indulge yourself in this particular past-time.
6)In many of his buildings, cover is more important than a heated envelope: for example, the Olympics archery buildings in Val d'Hebron, the sun-screens of the Plaza Mayor in Parets del Valles, and the cemetery in Igualada consist largely of outdoor spaces, conceived in a city where public life takes place in street and plaza for most of the year.
The hotel is opposite the Teatro Espanol, the oldest theatre in the city, close to the museums of El Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen, triangle of the arts, and a brief walk from the Plaza Mayor, Spanish Parliament, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Puerta del Sol.
AN orientation tour of Madrid will take you alongside its main monuments, including the Prado Museum, Plaza de Espana with Don Quixote's statue, the, 2,000 room Royal Palace, the Puerta del Sol, the Alcala gate, Plaza Mayor and many more.
Round the corner in the Plaza Mayor two girls are drumming their feet on wooden pallets in a wild flamenco dance.
Segovia was where the Spanish royalty often spent their holidays and from the main square, the Plaza Mayor, you'll get an idea of just how important the city once was, with dozens of Romanesque churches and perfectly-preserved mansions.