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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Moderno Madrid
The rooms are really little depending on which room you get. My room had two twin beds. The bathroom is small and clean however the shower door was not designed intelligently. There is a hugh gap that all the water spills out of. Other than that the room is cozy and comfortable. and energy efficient.
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Good evening! I'm perched on a chair in the hallway of our hotel, as the wifi isn't wonderful in the actual room. We've just come in from having something to eat and a wander around the part of Madrid where the hotel is, which is absolutely right in the centre. This is what Wikipedia has to say about the area:
The Puerta del Sol originated …
Lyndallrush stayed here on Jun 6, 2014 during their trip titled: Lyndallrush's Great Adventure.
... 8217;t seem to have a lot of girls since when I was walking
along the hallways I didn’t come across that many. The school is a very
engineering centered school so that may be one of the reasons.
The class itself was very similar to an
American engineering class. The contents didn’t seem to be that difficult until
he started reviewing thermodynamics equations that we are all supposed to know.
... I should have realized being in Spain that the bus was going to be late, anyways, so I shouldn't have worried. The bus ride to Madrid was a long one. I took the same path there as I did initially coming to Sevilla. I went through the famous La Mancha another time, passing through the windmills, made famous by Don Quixote.
When I finally did get to Madrid, I was exhausted. I had a cab driver that ripped me off, the streets were swamped with ...
... salad for $8. Mesclun with apple wages around the outside, very sweet thick vinaigrette, and a toasted brown circle of goat cheese served warm on top of all the rest of the cold stuff. Big too, by European standards (in other words, pretty small). On the way home walked past a joint that has the four pillars of a good place to eat; big platters, genuine rustic, bustling staff, and jam packed with actual Spanish people.