Ibis Madrid C/ Valentin Beato

Valentin Beato 20, Madrid, Madrid, 28037, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Madrid


A travel blog entry by quachie


... cultures. The local guide is knowledgeable but his monotonous tone leaves the bus either in hysterics or falling asleep. In the afternoon we head out for another city tour and I find it uninspiring despite seeing the bull ring arena, football stadium for Real Madrid amongst other monuments. Many people asked to stay in the city for some shopping however with pick pocketing being rife and so many locals in town, no one decides to stay. However Jemima and ...

Warm weather, new friends, and more paella

A travel blog entry by alimoro


... eat and drink something before going into the museum. Big shock: There was no museum, the 'Museum' is just kind of a fast food place. Still, the two dumb tourists sat there and enjoyed their dead 'cow' meat.

Alina and I were chilling out in a hammock one evening at the hostel, just looking at the stars and talking about whatever came to mind. The universal balance was restored, because finally Alina also got to see a star fall. When I was walking to ...

Spain: Vegetarians Need Not Apply

A travel blog entry by rcsander


... always oranges, and ice. On our first night here, Maria made sangria for us. We had it at a bar the night we watched the Copa del Rey soccer game, and last night my roommate Ashly and I had some at the oldest restaurant in the world, which will be its own blog entry. Sangria is awesome, and comes in lots of different styles. We have had it cold, lukewarm, carbonated, with oranges, with lemons, and always with food. It's ...

Almost to Senate...Oh wait I'm lost

A travel blog entry by gretchen.swain


... older part has a ceiling that the tour guide described as a trap for the eyes. It was painted so well that it was hard to tell what was painted and what was actual stone. The other cool part was the library. I love libraries and this one was amazing with all the old books and the smell. Not huge but still awesome. We saw a book by Charles Darwin which was neat. At the end of the tour we received a book on the Senate and the Spanish ...

I'll wear my boots of Spanish leather

A travel blog entry by matt_l


... that was all done, food was necessary. Found a little bar/restaurant, had a nice lunch, headed back to the hostel, and the rest of the night blends into a whole lot of lazing around and watching Requiem for a Dream. There was a pub crawl going on that night, but it didn’t seem like many people were going on it, and we really could not be bothered. Plus we wanted to actually do the walking tour the next day.

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