Hostal Castilla I

Address: Atocha 43, 2, Madrid, Madrid, 28012, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Queen Sofia Arts Center (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia), Atocha Railroad Station (Estacion Atocha), La Casa Encendida, and Sala Mirador.
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    Madrid free walking tour

    A travel blog entry by nicwhalley on Oct 11, 2015

    ... 1725 - oldest one in the world still open today. Spain languages - Spanish, Catalan, Bask (completely unique and had no common links to any other language), galesian (similar to Portuguese). Flamenco is very common in the south of Spain and Madrid is the capital of flamenco. Cheap flamenco - have dinner before not a dinner show. Always make a reservation. Convent - the monks are always inside and are not in direct contact with the outside world. You can buy cookies but you go ...

    Day 7: ¡Una grande familia!

    A travel blog entry by apassportaway on Jun 06, 2015

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    Today can only be described as the most special and sentimental day we've had yet. This morning we visited the neighborhood where my grandmother and her brothers and sisters grew up. A few hours later we sat for an international family dinner. The 39 of us present were from the Belgium, Spain, Sweden, or the US. With the ...

    La Familia in Portugal and Spain

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Oct 08, 2014

    70 photos

    ... presence there. It was really neat to see these little guys in action, they were pretty laid back while we were there but still everyone in our group gave them a pretty wide berth while taking pictures. We did see one girl getting a little too close while trying to take a monkey selfie, unfortunately we didn’t stick around to see how it turned out but I imagine that’s where the phrase “monkey on your back” comes from. On the way back to ...

    El Escorial Monastery andthe Valley of the Fallen

    A travel blog entry by margshepherd on Aug 07, 2014


    ... was the Valley of the Fallen where the 150m cross was constructed at the top of the Valley and then a cathedral was built into the granite hillside. It was huge and beautiful. Breathtaking in fact. You could see where the builders had cut away into the granite ceilings. There is a door at the back of the hill so the priests could go back to the monastery when ...

    Madrid D1

    A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on Apr 07, 2014

    ... 1hiur journey. Hotel a very short walk from metro station. Very good central location. Very nice arichetrure in that whole street. Checked into room . They allowed early check in. Walked for lunch acorss the fran via metro ' nice square with the lunch time crowd flowing past. Took metro to atuchomtrain station. Walked into main atucho renfe and thenstation is nice architeure with tropical rainforest theme inside. Was the site of the 2004 train bombing ...