Casa Chueca Hostal

4 Calle San Bartolomeo, Madrid, Madrid, 28004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
Prices starting from $48.00

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Madrid Madness

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... by without any clue of what was going on before continuing on our way.

The other interesting thing we noticed on the walk back to our Pension was the number of scantily clad woman about on this one particular street. I mean this isn't odd in Spain as most woman walk around wearing barely anything so I figured it was just a couple of girls waiting around for some friends. As we continued walking down the street though I noticed that there ...


A travel blog entry by anngreen


... of strange. After that, we went to Atocha train station. What a sight it is! The outside is beautiful and looks modern and classic at the same time. Inside is a huge garden and pond with beautiful greenery and way too many turtles - yes - turtles! Vendors were inside and Tammi found some cute little trinkets to take home.
Shortly, we met our cousins at the museum. I read that it was free to enter after 2:30 ...

Return to Madrid...

A travel blog entry by irenan


... life in Toledo, and it was a pleasure to see "in person" his well-known The Burial of The Count of Orgaz in Santo Tomé church in Toledo...

El Escorial, on the other hand, was less than impressive to me personally - notwithstanding it being a historic residence of Spanish kings...what I remember the most is how it contrasted with ...

Running With the Bulls

A travel blog entry by seanconn520


... one of the most fun weekends Iīve had since being in Europe. I would say the only thing I didnīt enjoy (other than the severe lack of sleep) was the fact that the whole city smelled like urine (which in retrospect I should have expected knowing that there were animals and thousands of drunk people constantly parading through the street. (I guess thatīs as good a note as any to end on ...

Miscellenea from Espana

A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto

... the Spanish do wave but tend to shout “Adios” or “Ciao” more often than “Hola”,

Bizarrely, it actually felt rather rude; it had a sense of “We’re glad to see the back of you!” But that could just be my paranoid tendencies. If you think about it, what the Spanish say actually makes more sense. If you are on a moving vehicle, then unless it is ploughing straight towards someone, you are actually leaving rather than ...

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This hostel, located in the Centro area of Madrid, is near Madrid Xanadu, Museo del Aire, Snow Park (Parque de Nieve), and Palacio de la Prensa Cinema.
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