Silken Puerta Castilla Hotel
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... 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 ...
... s no reason you can't do both and despite the hotel being a little bit faded in other aspects, what awaits us on the roof is a rare oasis of tranquility amidst Madrid's bustling, noisy whirl. A gorgeous pool, sunloungers a-plenty, a garden space and a bar and restaurant ensure that Coman gets his tan and I get to gaze out towards mountains whilst drinking a chilled cava.
It's the perfect precursor to a proper disco nap; night time here we ...
... People in Lamborghini's rolled up and strutted toward their reserved sections. I wasn't ready for all of that. The one DJ was apparently pretty famous and I just evaded his champagne splash zone. The second day we went to the park to hang out once we got up. I don't know if it was because it was a weekend or what, but Spanish people are very active. In the park were yoga classes, tai chi classes, and roller blading classes. I was so surprised how many people were outside. The park ...
... as soon as the dad is close to finishing dinner. Pontons is whining and barking like crazy. It is cute and funny, but I guess he is behaving bad at the park. He keeps running off and taken forever to come back. It wouldn't be so scary if he didn't live in the middle of Madrid. Also the mom needs to put her foot down and stop feeding him table scraps if she wants him to lose weight and be better behaved. She will say no ...
... sometimes coed, for very cheap. Hostels are very common in Europe, almost everyone our age traveling stays in them. I really liked staying there because you get to meet a lot of people and interact with everyone staying there. Me and Kelsey stayed in a room with two Canadian boys that were so fun and we ended up hanging out with them most of the trip! And the Hostel offered a lot of cool things for tourists, like ...
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