Urban Sea Atocha 113
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUrban Sea Atocha 113 Madrid
This hostel has everything I need. Bed is good, shower warm, wifi was immediately connected. Service is excenllent. Directly across the street is a bakery for breakfast. The Prado, caixaforum etc. are near.
So everything is fine.
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... and he took me to a bakery so I could give them a dessert to celebrate. I picked out macaroons, which I had never tried before (let me just say how delicious they were!). Upon returning to my apartment, I presented the macaroons to my host parents and had more paella for lunch (definitely my favorite entree). I had a little time to get myself ready for the piece d' resistance of my day: I was meeting up with Lexi, a student from Stetson in my program, to go see the ...
... least one girl standing at each tree planted along the side of the street about three metres apart from each other, all of them in tight/skimpy/non-existent clothing holding no more than a clutch. If you've seen Pretty Woman, imagine each tree on this street was equivalent to each star on Hollywood Boulevard. Maybe this is a well known street in Madrid for prostitutes but if so it wasn't in my guide book. We continued past the prossies and went to ...
... of strange. After that, we went to Atocha train station. What a sight it is! The outside is beautiful and looks modern and classic at the same time. Inside is a huge garden and pond with beautiful greenery and way too many turtles - yes - turtles! Vendors were inside and Tammi found some cute little trinkets to take home.
Shortly, we met our cousins at the museum. I read that it was free to enter after 2:30 ...
... only way you can go on them is if you climb it on your knees as you pray. It was so interesting to watch.
Finally in Florence: Florence was absolutely gorgeous! It was a classier version of Rome and there was so many places to shop. We lived on this cute shopping street that was so close to the Duomo! It was too good to be true. Luckily, I had friends who had studied abroad in Florence so I had so many different suggestions for food. We ...
... quite a lot of armour inside as well as the throne room where Queen Isabel reigned. Thank goodness for "Hard Rock Cafe" that serve meals at an early hour. Toledo and Salamanca have been very rich in history with various buildings and cathedrals dating back to 1200 and some rebuilt in the 1500's . Both of these cities have a main plaza. This is a central meeting area enclosed, with the boarders full of eating areas similar to St Marks Square in Venice. Enough for now Portugal here we ...