Hotel Puerta de Toledo
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- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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Well after a long day of flight delays and connections we made it to our apartment in Madrid around 8 pm on Sat. (11:00 your time). So after 18 hours of travel we were a wee bit tired but needed to stretch our legs and get some food , so off we went exploring the ...
... were leaving, and so we said goodbye and than continued to finishing packing. After packing and double checking everywhere, I was ready to go! Kea and I got ready and started heading out the door to the train. Halfway to the train, we decided it would be silly to take the train, and that we should just take a taxi instead. So we took a taxi to our new host mom's house. When we got there, we realized ...
... including one of the only three surviving medieval synagogues in Spain. Also in the heart of the Jewish quarter is a charming monastery, built as statement of Christian supremacy by Ferdinand and Isabel, whose coat of arms is everywhere inside the monastery. The cloister inside the monastery was our favorite cloister yet, a lovely garden with orange and palm trees. On the outside of the monastery, Ferdinand and Isabel hung the chains of ...
... to talk, or whether they work in the common area so I feel a little uncomfortable. I haven't had any host family experiences so I guess I am a little lost. Maybe I should read up on how other people's experiences have been like with their host family.
We visited the university today. The train ride was really nice as the seats were much more spacious compared the ...
... time in Madrid was our other roommate a middle aged woman from America who was in Madrid for a 6week Flamenco course. Anytime we were in the room at the same time she complained about the noises the other people were making in the hostel and just generally complained about 'young people'. Even suggesting we don't get out as much as we should (she wasn't there half the time to even know what we were doing let alone be able to comment!) it made for a topic point for the rest of us ...