Hospederia La Tercia

Address: Calle Tercia, 8, Alcala De Henares, Madrid, 28801, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Tercia, 8, Alcala De Henares, is near Gateway of the Sun (Puerta del Sol), Museo Casa Natal de Cervantes, Universidad de Alcala, and AquaMadrid.
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Travel Blogs from Alcala De Henares

Museuo del Romanticismo

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 10, 2013

2 comments, 36 photos

... which seemed to all blend into one. The children's playroom stands out though, all the dolls had fully black eyes, like they were 'possessed' or something - I was so creped out; so I don't know how three year olds were meant to cope.

There was an interesting story behind it though - it was the home of Queen Isabella II. She became queen at 3 which wasn't disputed. Later, the Carlist Wars broke out because she was a woman, which ...

Give and Take

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Oct 03, 2013

5 photos

... my spanish Mom rally off instructions for me, and every once in a while I hold a whole conversation seemingly without thinking about it or second-guessing myself once.  As I mentioned in my last post, my Spanish mom, Julia, is currently unable to leave the house. Last Saturday she was shopping while it was raining and slipped on the wet sidewalk. She has a fractured ankle bone accompanied by significant swelling of her whole bottom leg. She also still has multiple bruises on ...

First Full Week of Class

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Sep 12, 2013

... walking home, eating lunch (around 2:30pm), homework, and then going out to walk around the town with friends or run by myself at 5-6pm. During the evenings, I usually either watch TV in spanish with my mom or work on some homework. My spanish mother has her favorite soap opera that she watches every night, and I usually join in for that. Dinner takes place at around 10pm, and then I usually watch TV or do homework until bed time.

Since I am ...

Parent's Day & Alcala de Henares

A travel blog entry by mollytara.spain on Jul 13, 2013

23 photos

... statue! (Molly thought it was hilarious!)

Molly couldn't wait to get back to the hotel so that she could watch TV. She watched iCarley in Spanish and was thrilled to just relax for a bit and have control over a TV again.

MOLLY:I have eaten some crazy things on this trip. Here is the list: squid, rabbit, lamb, octupus, and mussels. And out of all of those, I liked one. Squid.

Miscellenea from Espana

A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on May 19, 2013

... train itself makes so much noise that is impossible to make out more than a quarter of what is said, regardless of which language you are listening to. I tried to improve my odds by listening to both languages but after a while just gave up and enjoyed the ride. As the train went past crowds of people, of course tradition demands that we all wave and smile at these total strangers, and tradition demands that they wave back. Interestingly though, where we would wave and shout ...