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Find Madrid hotels with spacious rooms and attentive service. Our hotels in Madrid offer local flavor and all the comforts of home. Bienvenido a una visita turística virtual por la arquitectura de Madrid, capital de España. Contempla sin moverte de tu asiento la. Fotografias del Madrid antiguo; monumentos,calles, barrios y arrabales,cafés,teatros y CARMESH.EUia y recuerdos del antiguo Madrid.
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Location[ edit ] Madrid is located just northeast of the geographical center of the Iberian Peninsula , in the middle of the Spanish central Castillian plateau Meseta central , at an average altitude of m.
Climate[ edit ] The climate of Madrid is continental; mainly dry and quite extreme at times. Madrid sees perpetual sunshine, a characteristically hot and dry summer, and a fairly cold winter with frequent frosts during the night and the occasional snowfall. Spring and autumn are mild with the most rainfall concentrated in these seasons. Spring and autumn are definitely the best times to visit, especially the months of April, May, June, September and October.
There is very little rainfall during summer and also less rainfall during winter. During winter snow occurs sporadically; however, snowfall usually lasts only for a few days, but there is abundant snowfall in the adjacent mountain ranges nearby. Culture[ edit ] Plaza Mayor The culture of Madrid is largely influenced by its royal history, as the center of the Spanish Empire. The Royal Palace, big places and buildings used by the Spanish Monarchy, enormous cathedrals and churches are plentiful in Madrid, as well as medieval architecture, although nowadays Madrid is just as much a cosmopolitan city as Berlin or London , full of new architecture, lifestyle and culture.
As the Spanish Capital, Madrid has been emblematic of the different "establishments" for most Spaniards. During the 2nd Republic it was a bustling city of new ideas. Being the capital of the Francoist dictatorship made the city still seem to represent a conservative part of Spain to many Spaniards.
The heritage of this era is indeed still visible in the city centre, where a party can be found at all times and one of the most liberal and colourful environments of Spain can be seen. The city is also known for its great gay tolerance.
Officers made arrests at the Horseshoe casino from its opening in through Aug. The hours he spent and the money he lost playing the slots and video poker caused his wife to leave him with the couple's three daughters in tow. She left "entirely because of the gambling," he said. Not to mention, he also narrowly escaped criminal prosecution after stealing thousands of dollars from his then-Las Vegas employer to feed his habit. Calabrese got clean and stopped gambling after moving from Las Vegas back to his native Detroit in He immersed himself in the step Gamblers Anonymous program and led a Saturday morning GA meeting which, after the introduction of three large casinos in Detroit over the following two years, grew from about 10 regular weekly members to between 45 and But he needed a new full-time job, and found it in Baltimore running an industrial laundry.
Though it took him away from his family, Baltimore was perfect in another regard. He slipped now and then, as many recovering gambling addicts do, by playing keno once in a local bar, for example, and by driving up to the Delaware Park casino a couple of times. But the amounts he lost were minimal, he said—"I didn't think twice about it. Two years ago, he made a brief stop in the Hollywood Casino off I in Perryville—the first modern-era casino to open in Maryland, in September Since then, he's been gambling anywhere from two to four times per week, mostly at the sprawling Maryland Live Casino in Hanover, but also at the sleek, two-story Horseshoe Casino in southwest Baltimore, and in Perryville.
He may not be gambling as exhaustively now as he did while he lived in Vegas—there, deep in the throes of his addiction, he'd make as many as three trips to casinos per day, starting before work, heading back out during lunch, and then going again after work—but the results have been similarly disastrous.
He's taken cash advances from credit cards as well as from two local payday loan stores, all of which he still needs to repay. None of this is to mention the usual bills he's been saddled with, including car payments and his rent which recently doubled, at least temporarily, after his housemate died.
One thing he is sure of: He wouldn't be in the bind he's in if casinos hadn't opened so close to his home off Harford Road, just a couple of blocks inside Baltimore's northeastern city limit. Calabrese knows exactly how far he lives from his favorite gambling palace, Maryland Live—27 miles.