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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Abascal Madrid
This hotel had a fantastic breakfast selection, the hotel itself and its facilities were great
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TripAdvisor Reviews NH Abascal Madrid
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... they retain the amazing heritage look. Certainly a large number of armed Police everywhere... Maybe it's just normal but they are on every street corner and park area. Wandered up tree lined road.... Saw the giant frog which is supposed to be lucky for those people off to the casino. Found a shop for lunch called Celiscioso!!!! Totally gluten free and absolutely ...
... The mattresses are also super cheap and mine sags a LOT in the middle which isn't particularly comfortable.
On the other hand, free breakfast (El Granado did not have free breakfast, unfortunately). There's pretty good wifi here, all over the quite large hostel building. And I came in and the guy at the front desk just happened to be only one week older than me. They have to take down the information on your passport each place you stay and ...
... glad to have spent 3 weeks at a language school to prepare me for the week alone. I am very open to learning a different language and culture. The world is so big, it will be hard to focus on just one culture and fully learn it. Although I would love to, I'll have to just be content just scratching the surface of the different languages and cultures.
In the words of the terminator, "Hasta la vista, baby."
... my hostal. They have about 10 different lines here in Madrid. Changing lines involved a lot of walking through the various metro stops, using moving sidewalks and going up and down a few flights of stairs. They actually had elevators in a couple places which was helpful with my rollerboard suitcase and rolling backpack. The entire trip took about 25 minutes.
Once I got off at the Santo Domingo metro stop and ...
This is the train. Seems everyone has heard of France's TGV (Train ā Grande Vitesse). This is Spain's version, the AVE (Alta Velocidad Espaņola). Pretty much means the same thing. FAST TRAIN. I'm in first class, thanks to a tip from The Man in Seat 61 which got me a nice cheap ticket.
What can I tell you about 3 hours on a fast train? Lunch is three courses of yum, with wine, ...