Hostal Abril

Address: C/ Fuencarral 39, Madrid, Madrid, 28004 , Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hostel
 
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This 1 star hostel, located in the Centro area of Madrid, is near Chueca, Teatro Lara, La Latina, and Houdini.
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      Travel Blogs from Madrid

      Madrid

      A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 21, 2014

      11 photos

      ... transport and our prepaid train tickets and 55 euros left over from our European trip last year, we'll wait until we arrive in Pamplona this afternoon to figure out the best way to get euros for the Camino.

      The Atocha train station is a large brick structure with a small forest in the lobby. It's interesting and clean and traveler ...

      Little Tidbits of Advice

      A travel blog entry by amyryush on May 26, 2014

      ... feel that if you are going on a trip without a guide you should buy a travel book or research upon the place extensively before going so that you just don't go there to see a bunch or pretty sights and buildings without understanding their significance.

      *** For Madrid specifically get the Vodafone U phone plan and make all your ...

      Day 24: Travel to Madrid

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Nov 10, 2013

      6 comments, 6 photos

      We slept in again, but this time by choice. We wanted to get caught up on as much rest as we could while we had a dark and quiet room. When Eduardo woke up we all went out to get a special pastry and see a bit more of the city before our flight to Spain. He took us to his local spot called ĻA Padria PortugesaĻ. We had the local bread called Bread of God in English. It was a 3 by 3 inch square of goodness. It had a coconut flavored topping on a yellow ...

      Hitting our stride in Madrid

      A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Oct 28, 2013

      13 photos

      ... where to go. This place is huge. People think that the Telsta dome is big, well that is a chicken shed compared to this place. So we set out and, in the hours until our capacity to look and see ran out, we sought out our hearts wishes. My limited knowledge led us to the vivid pre-Renaissance pieces of Fra Angelico, the millennialist visions of hell from Bosch and Breughel, the brilliantly luminous works of El Greco, the stunning courtly Velasquez ...

      Madrid is Amazing

      A travel blog entry by maxine.daniels on Aug 29, 2013

      3 comments, 27 photos

      ... and a cup of coffee. Lunch typically is at 2pm and dinner is served between 9-11pm (which is really late). Most shops and stores close between 3-5pm for a Siesta. That's when people go home take a nap in order to be refreshed and rested for partying in the evening. And boy oh boy, the spaniards sure know how to party!!! With that said, after I finished my tapas I went to my flat to have a siesta!!! :) I got up at about 9pm feeling well rested, Showered, got dressed, ...