Urban Hotel Madrid
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsUrban Hotel Madrid
Urban Hotel is a nice hotel to stay in, and is in a great location. It has deals for every holiday. It has good restaurants.
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... though I’ve travelled quite a bit in this continent already, I’m confident that I’m going to be able to see everything through new eyes now. And so I slowly make my way back to the bus station where I pull out my old six string in a scruffy little park near the bus station with a couple of down on their luck Bulgarians as an audience. Afterwards they kindly offer to share their carton of cheap wine with me—a thoughtful gesture. ...
We were up early as had to be on the bus to Torledo at 8 am. Wasn't so keen on this optional trip but had been promised it would be well worth going on. The drive to Torledo was an hour and we kept looking out for a hill/ mountain as had heard it was a hillside town. When we arrived we were surprised that the town actually was on quite a high hill and from the bus stop we were looking up at it. The scene was spectacular, ...
... I decided to go back to the Prado and also go to two museums I missed on previous trips, the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando and the Museo Archaeologico Nacional, both of which I’m giving their own blog entry.
The Prado has to be one of my favorite museums in the world. There are a couple things I especially like about it. First of all, being Spain’s royal collection, it has many monumentally huge works, not just important in ...
... middle of the large median dividing the main shopping street. It had several umbrellas with tables setup so we went over to investigate and it turned out to be a hot dog stand. Of all things to find in Portugal! They even had a vegan friendly soy-dog for Bree’s Mom so we ended up having dinner there and it was delicious.
Our last stop in Portugal was the town of Evora. After a beautiful scenic bus ride we were dropped in the middle of town, split into ...
... everyone. Im excited
to spend the next month with these people, I have a feeling its going to be a
crazy ride. Me and Tamar walked home and thanks to a girl- Mollys GPS we didn’t
get lost this time. Im going to sleep thankful for all the things this trip has
already given me, I feel as though something drew me here after a dark time in
my life and im so excited to make new connections and enjoy my new European identity.