Hostal Adria Santa Ana

Calle Nunez de Arce, 15, Madrid, Madrid, 28012, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Plaza de Espana, Medina Mayrit, Plaza de Santa Ana, and Teatro Calderon.
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    The most awful 52 hours

    A travel blog entry by ellabright on Aug 06, 2014

    ... Once I had landed in Seattle, it felt like nothing had changed. I got my bag immediately and then went outside and said hi to my dad and Maggie. It was so good to see them!! I was overjoyed to be home and was anxious to get back to the house. I took a shower and then ate Lee's asian with my dad before going out and hanging out with Griff, Ryan, Cam and Claudia. I was exhausted from my trip and realized I probably should have just stayed home but I wanted to see my friends so I sacrificed for them.

    An adventurous appetites tour of Madrid

    A travel blog entry by rayculvereurope on Jun 09, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Very cool outing for the evening!!

    Bought a tour of Madrid and some of their local restaurants...tour started at 8pm and ended around 1230am. Group consisted of me, Shawn (my buddy I am staying with), 2 Aussies, 2 ladies from Miami (I swear they could be on Real Housewives of Miami) and one young guy who was from Minnesota but lives in London.

    We hit 5 restaurants and has small dishes at each...absolutely incredible way to see Madrid and experience the local ...


    A travel blog entry by pieceofmind12 on Jan 09, 2013

    ... I going to explain ‘sun-dried tomatoes’ in Spanish? Start with prunes and work backward from there? Construct a panorama with a tomato in between two camels in the middle of a desert?

    Thought I might as well take a couple random walk-arounds. First aisle I went down they practically jumped into my cart. A huge bag of the awesome already dry kind and for just $2.00. Feel like importing them.

    On to the next challenge. Vegetables. A ...

    My travel will begin!

    A travel blog entry by eva.lee on Jan 01, 2013

    2 photos

    My name is Santiago. I was a sheepherder and I leaved my home live on the Andalucia. my life was very free. I can walk around the Andalucia and watch many beautiful view. I must say that Andalucia is a very beautiful place, whatever the setting sun or star night. I looked up and see the stars through the half-destroyed roof, the night sky was beautiful and quite, I was


    A travel blog entry by ileenabroad on Oct 05, 2012

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... Well, this is getting long. I'll end with some oneliners from my notebook. And I'll try to write another entry later.

    - Most professors at my uni are female!
    - The weather here is amazing for the time of year.
    - I'm meeting so many people. It's so different getting to know people, being by yourself.
    - Being by myself also really boosts my creativity.

    EDIT: And I really miss all of you <3