C/ Rey Francisco, 5 - 3oC, Madrid, Madrid, 28008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

Wrapping up my Study Abroad

A travel blog entry by amyryush

... that (knock on wood) despite all the cheap flights, night time adventures, cheap somewhat suspicious restaurant food, and also sometimes sketchy hostels, I was able to come out of this study abroad experience safe and sound with no incident that made me cry. I am so so grateful that I and my friends were able to make it through this experience safely.

I am grateful for my friends that I met here in Madrid that were always down to go on any type of ...

Madrid in 3 days

A travel blog entry by laurenandgrant


... Picasso was really trying to portray in his paintings.

Although the works of Picasso and Dali were a little foreign and odd to us, we both agreed that we felt very lucky to have seen some of the most world famous artwork from such historical marvels. I know that the art fanatics and art-history buffs of the world would have given anything to be in our shoes for the afternoon, and really did try my very best to appreciate all that we saw (as I know they would ...

La Rubia Inglesa

A travel blog entry by jessspearman


... twice and New York (NEW JERSEY) a gazillion times to visit family, we finalised our plans. We then went to a little bar and sat outside for lunch. I introduced Brianna to the phenomenon that are patatas bravas, she LOVED them.

Today I also visited a language school called Parainfo and did a small test which involved grammar exercises, a small 'essay' and a conversation with a lovely man named Oscar. I did really good (I was actually quite ...

Getting lost is the best part

A travel blog entry by freshtravels


... thursdays are exceptionally short. Plus, in Spain there's always something adventurous to do any day of the week you don't have to put off until the weekend. Generally, I start my days by going on a run most days with my buddy Andrew, make a delicious breakfast we both share, and take the ~15 minute metro ride to the Instituto Internacional where our classes are held. It's a really fantastic building to be in because we're surrounded by students from all over the ...

Eurotrip Part 2

A travel blog entry by seanconn520


... I was ready to wear clean clothes again and sleep in my own bed. We were also ready to reunite with our friends who we missed in Istanbul (who we hadn't communicated with other than a picture message of us both in front of the Parthenon with the caption "we won't be making it to Istanbul, have a wonderful trip") and reflect on our respective trips. Anyway I'm glad to be back for the time being and will be posting pictures ASAP.

Hope all of you are well,


This hotel, located in the Puerta del Sol/Plaza Espana area of Madrid, is near Teleferico, Santa Ana, Princesa Cinema, and Renoir Plaza de Espana Cinema.
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