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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 …
... a little bar famous for is generous servings of tapas handed out freely with any drink purchase. We ordered a pint of sangria each and were presented with a large plate of tapas each! It was incredible value and a backpacker's delight. We were all practically rolling out of there and headed back to the hostel for a siesta.
There was a free yoga class on that afternoon in a park about 2kms from where we were staying and I thought it would be lovely to join in. I've been keeping ...
... for almost 3 to 4 hours.
The dance floor was ruled by the old people and my momma did not leave it once. I joined for a few dances and I even danced with one of her brothers. My momma apologized today saying that maybe he had had one cup too many. All the family members were from the same village and they had all known each other since babies. It made me a little sad that I didn’t have such childhood friends… exempting my dear Christina of ...
... there's just tarmac and at least 200 buses (no exaggeration). In some places the buildings were gorgeous, like we saw when landing, massive, square, sandstone buildings with so much detail. It's hard to describe but they all join one another and are just gorgeous. But then you turn around and it's dessert, in the middle of the Tarmac with dust so thick you could barely see. Massive wire fences and brick buildings, looking more like prisons than anything else were randomly ...
Started the morning with the best way to explore a new city, a run. We ran past the Prado and then circumnavigated Parque de el Retiro one and a half times before heading home. Went a bit later than would normally (half seven) but with daylight saving and the sun not setting till eleven what was the point in going early. We then lazed about before having a day of just walking and exploring. Went to Templo de Debod which was ...