- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Nacional Madrid
Clean rooms, gorgeous lobby, wonderful breakfast, beautiful view from terrace in the room. Not much else I could ask for.
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... wanting to fall off, we explored some of the lane ways all the way back to the hostel.
Once back we were peckish so we stopped back at the Mexican restaurant to share some Nachoes and a jug of Margareta all for €14.95.... The plate was huge! Pretty sure we won't need dinner.
We chill out in our room for a little bit then we head down to the hostel bar for a couple of beers. Tonight the hostel have a Flamenco dancing night for 50% off, so ...
The Madrid Tour Bus System is really not to be beat. One price buys you tour bus access for 12 hours with as many hops on and off as you like, multilingual narrated tour guide at your seat, double decker view and a bus comes along every 8 minutes or so.
We spend the day using the tour bus to take us from spot to spot and wandering around the various sites. ...
... So, instead of getting our luggage, we checked all the luggage into the cogsigna and took the metro to Plaza Espaņa, the plaza close to our apartment. Easy enough, except the kids were exhausted and, because of the extra time lost with the taxi strike, we missed the owner of the apartment and could not meet him until 5:30.
The storm clouds rolled in, so the time for the kids to rest or run in the park came to an end. We found a cervezeria (a pub), ...
... 8217;s the answer to 2B?" across the room and no one even looked up. I neither helped nor didn't help them but I didn't cover my sheet when they stood near me.
So what’s in the pockets of a Spanish exchange students coat you might ask? Well today I emptied my pockets but it raised more questions than it answered. There were the normal things, nail file and tissues but I also found tweezers, lipstick that is neither mine nor Nat’s and really pretty decorated ...
... then realised we already knew it was only free in the evenings. However I did admire her kindness and mentioned TP (Miss Pazos, my a-level Spainish teacher) to her as they are from the same place.
From the Royal Palace we made our way towards Moncloa to ride the Teleferico, a cable car ride which boasts some of the most breath taking views of Madrid. En route we visited the Templo de Debod, which is an eyptian ruin randomly in the middle of Madrid for some reason ...