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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Practico Madrid
Travel Blogs from Madrid
... the early hours. (Probably still an early night for them!) we wonder how they get up for work the next day!! The Spanish are very social and speak very quickly, sounding like they speak in tongues!!! Off to Barcelona tomorrow via a train trip to see Gaudis amazing architecture and designs. Hope you're all staying warm, can't believe Ballarat was minus 1!!! Eeek. Love and hugs. Drop us a line and let us know how you are ...
... After our long day we were looking forward to setting up camp but alas the camp was closed and would not open until Sunday!! Using the Apps on the phone we found an Aire on the beach, lovely and not to far away but alas it was at the end of the airport runway!!. Surprisingly we both had a great sleep.
We headed off to get supplies and found our favourite supermarket as well as the outlet shop of Spain's largest department store and went ...
... In the hour and a half I was in the room two more roommates arrived, one being Ariane and the other Nathalie from Sweden. Nathalie is studying in Madrid for a semester and hadn’t found a place to live and was moving hostel to hostel while trying to find one.
Ariane, Carrie and I went for the Tapas tour, we were very nearly late, but fortunately the meeting point was very close to the hostel. We visited 3 places again, each with ...
... with the company and seemed a bit bashful to join the group, so I opened up the dialogue. Turns out she spent 10 months in Dublin studying at Trinners, so we instantly bonded over that.
Anyway, to the tour! It started off with the usual stuff: paella, some sort of weird white wine mixed with mint leaves, patatas bravas and meaty goodness. Then we went to the packed Museu de Jamón (Ham Museum). I wish I had gotten a few pictures of ...
... empanadas and some rice, and a really good tasting potato. It was great, and very enjoyable, but my stomach was still hurting. When i got back home, I didn't feel like eating dinner, but I sat there, nibbled on some bread, talked to Kea and my host mom, and than decided I couldn't take it anymore. I ended up going to the bathroom a lot, and than trying to sleep. The pain was a lot, and I'm hoping tomorrow I will feel ...