Foxa M-30 Suites & Resort
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... small skateboard/roller blade park. On my way back to the hostel I again managed to choose a place with food that didn't quite reach a level of almost average. The next day I took the free walking tour offered by the hostel. It was pretty decent and our guide was quite a cute energetic girl from Columbia, though she did waste a whole bunch of time getting everyone in the group to go through their names, where they were from and their favourite cities in Europe - I don't ...
... knows my name, my age, my birthday, etc. If someone else was to use it, they could stop them and you could get in a lot of trouble because they would know that it really wasn't the owner of the card. After finally getting that figured out, we took the train to the city.
The city was beautiful, the central part, and the place she had to go was exactly like Macy's, but it's called Corte Ingles here. After that, Maribelle, her sister and her cousin took me and ...
... until the 1400's. It has an Arabic Quarter, a Christian Quarter and a Jewish Quarter. We walked through all three. Angel warned us to stay together because the streets are narrow and very winding and it is easy to get lost. It wasn't long before we understood his concern. Most of the old city is pedestrian only as the street are so narrow. We walked through a commercial district with all kinds of shops and restaurants to the ...
Well, we made it to Madrid with no hitches. VERY quick flight, in fact I slept as the whole way, no issues with our luggage and zero issues with the metro system in finding our quaint little apartment. Marta met us, gave us directions on how things worked and while we were getting information on places to see, her husband installed a ...
... dorm last night. Seems that all the private rooms were booked up, or for some un-forsaken reason, they passed as under 35. Not only was it the snoring that got to us, but the ******* (out loud), the lack of pyjamas (your 2 sizes too small g-string and bra) and to top it all off, texting at 6.30am in the morning WITH YOUR KEYBOARD CLICKS ON!!!!! We accepted that this was just one of the tests thrown at us for this trip, but do hope in future that the hostels adhere to ...