Urban Sea Atocha 113
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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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... as it was in the narrow streets. Think everyone in Madrid was out for the day! We then walked on past the cathedral and the palace. We chose not to go into either as we are a bit 'over' them. We did however enjoy some wonderful buskers entertaining the long line waiting to get into the palace. They were two older men. One played the piano accordion and the other sang operatic songs. He had a wonderful voice and the crowds applauded loudly after each song. Buskers ...
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... Castellana towards Cibeles, a giant square on the same street with a giant roundabout with an enormous fountain in the center. Thousands of people lined the streets with Spanish flags, and we heard many chant "viva España!" (long live Spain!)
Every year on the 12th of October in Madrid there is also a giant parade that recognizes all of the Spanish military. The king of Spain (who is commander in chief of the military in Spain) began the parade with a military send-off ...
... I was going. One kind young man told me that he thought he was going close to there, and to just jump on his bus which would end up near the city center. Something like that.
I jumped on the bus and waited until the last stop. This looks promising?
I wandered out and found a city map near the bus stop... I found where I was, and then I found a street name that sounded familiar. I pulled up the written directions. Holy ****. I'm close. ...
... it was his pay for helping Estér with her computer.
When we were finished eating, Jonathan and I showed the others some snippets of The Mikado, which was funny because Estér said (in Spanish), "Oh I never knew you could sing! You don't look like singers!" and "Christina, you speak so quickly in English!" I can't imagine what it would be like to not understand English, but there you go. They heard our singing and that was that. Our final evening together in Madrid.