Hostal Gislay

C/ Carretas 31, Madrid, Madrid, 28012, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Madrid

A new part of Spain.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10


... dish with chicken and vegetables. The service was really slow, but I eventually clued-in that I should give them a signal when I wanted something, as they wouldn’t come to the table otherwise. The dinner was great and really filling. Finally I've tried a classic Spanish dish!

One thing that I MUST do tonight is try and get a reservation for the Alhambra. It may already be too late, but I’ll try to book a time online. When I got ...

Fast trains and an evening in Madrid

A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein


... After settling in I went to the spa and had a massage and Marty worked out. It has a mini pool with changing blue, pink and green lights. It has a couple of odd over head showers and the an out of order steam room. The gal gave me a wonderful massage on the hardest massage table I have every laid on which was a bit counter productive but in spite of that I felt relaxed and thoroughly squished.

Tonight we ...

Reflections on travels

A travel blog entry by diedopstap


... And naturally, you get free tapas with every beer you order.

There is only 1 thing you should always avoid in Spanish restaurants: the hamburger. A raw, 5-second cooked red slab of meat that will make those with weaker stomaches vomit before dessert is served.

3. Learning new languages is actually possible
For some this is old news, but I think a lot of people have this ingrained feeling that once you are ...

::The weary travelers!::

A travel blog entry by onegirlbigworld


... One hour is NOT enough time for you to get off one flight and on to another flight.

We finally landed in Madrid at 11am Spanish time, and tried to rush to Terminal 4, where our flight on Iberia Airlines was scheduled to leave at 12. The airport in Madrid is huge, and we needed to board a bus with our carry-ons in order to get there. When we finally found Iberia Airlines we needed to exchange our ...


A travel blog entry by alexrobertson


... much easier to navigate than any other subway system I've ever used! NYC should take a hint from Madrid.

2) After we left the hotel, we all moved into our respective home stays or apartments. I chose to live in an apartment, and was placed in a large flat with 5 other Madrid natives in their thirties. It wasn't necessarily what I expected, but the people are all very nice and two can even speak decent ...

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