Emperador Hotel Madrid
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We had the most incredible weekend in Madrid. During our 3 day trip, we decided to simply enjoy the city instead of trying to see every notable attraction. This travel style is perfect for a city like Madrid. All of the tapas bars and outdoor excitement are attractions in and of themselves.
Madrid is a great city if you don't care for …
... swapped culture differences and many phrases over the fruity wine and lemonade concoction, each drink making the evening more relaxed and no doubt our laughter louder; which locals loved, cough... We once again returned to the hostel to change and head out on the pub crawl. Hannah stayed in as the only foot wear she bought was her (flip flops) and her Nike kicks. Had a great evening the group of 30 windled down to just 8...Cait, an Aussie named Anne, myself and some American ...
... or LA without having a car or a mode of transportation. In Madrid, it would be easy for me to walk from spot to spot and see it all in a weekend. We actually passed our house on part of the tour, and I was absolutely thrilled to learn that the Triangle of Art -- the Reina Sofia Museum, the Thyssen, and the Prado Museum-- along with Retiro Park are all within walking distance of my house! I can't wait to explore all of these places next week.
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... the national art museum which again we were able to get in free after 2:30. The museum had many postmodern pieces and several Dali paintings who is one of my (nicole) favorite artists. There were also several Picasso's pieces. We then headed through Retiro park which has a couple of palaces and monuments. Finally our walking ended when Nick was missing America and we went to the Hard Rock cafe for dinner. A taste of ...
... of other countries the way I do of Canada or the USA - there are plenty of immigrants here in Spain too, and they speak Spanish, just as immigrants in North America have to speak English.
Having walked pretty much everything, I made it a short day and returned to my hostel. This hostel is a bit crowded for my tastes, but it's awesome. Free paella for dinner one night, free spaghetti another, and churros with chocolate every day for breakfast.