Hotel Lux

Address: Autovia N II, Madrid-Barcelona Km.45, Alovera, Castile-La Mancha, 19080, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Autovia N II, Madrid-Barcelona Km.45, Alovera.
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Travel Blogs from Alovera

Day 2: Reaching Madrid

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 02, 2022

18 photos

... Hours, 7.6 kms I find a city map at a bus stop that tells me that Coslada has a sister town right next to it that I should be able to explore before it gets to late. So I head on east through a now quiet industrial zone which fortunately has a sidewalk the whole way until I reach the next town of San Fernando de Henara. Looks like this is going to be quite a productive flight layover. I soon find a little plaza where there are a couple of young folks nearby hanging ...

Madrid-last day

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Oct 07, 2014

We spent today resting, napping, updating blogs and journals and just winding down and trying to wrap up the colds as quickly as possible. We had a simple dinner in the hotel bar at 8:00, then retired to our room to finish packing for the trip home in the morning and get a good night ...

Day 49 - Madrid

A travel blog entry by rachaelmcneil on Aug 28, 2014

6 photos

... until we got hungry and went to the supermarket. We got some washing detergent to try and get the tomato smell out of our clothes and shampoo and conditioner and decided to get some Mexican for lunch! We just shared something for lunch because it was close to dinner time and we wanted to go out for tapas and drinks. We got ready for dinner and then walked down the street looking for ...

Day one- journey to Salamanca.

A travel blog entry by raewyna on Jul 06, 2014

7 photos

I managed to sleep for almost 12 hours. Woke up just before 7am. Best sleep I've had for a long time. Back feeling a bit tight though due to the constrictions of stupid airplane seats. I better be upgraded for the flight home! I was sent an offer a couple of days before I left, I could spend $700 to be upgraded to first class for the Dubai to Madrid leg. Boy, it's tempting to do it for the way home, after all it's only $100 and hour. And ...

Final day & flights

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 25, 2014

1 comment, 88 photos

... sign was off. I'd fly China Southern sooner than Emirates. Which reminds me, the people in front of me was basically Pa and Nana. 'Pa' complained that the chocolate on the menu was too small and requested extra chocolate, 'Nana' scolded in disgust at how ungrateful he was and shook her head the whole time, but still took half of the chocolate, not that it was offered to her.

Emirates does have two good things going for it, at 'night time' when the lights go out the ceiling ...