Hostal Gislay

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

Madrid Part 1

A travel blog entry by kvstark


... that I wouldn't notice someone else climbing up to my bunk.

The lady in the bunk beneath mine is from Venezuela. She's 43 years old, but she looks like she's about 35. We played the usual "guess how old I am" game that is somewhat common in hostels when meeting other travelers. They guessed I was 24 - yah right! You always guess younger than you really think anyways. I guess I have to own 27 now that it's the day after my birthday ...

Marvellous Madrid!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07


... Goya, Rubens, Murillo, Titian, El Greco, among others. The collection was overwhelming and we only got to see a small portion of the artwork on display, but we did manage to hit the suggested highlights!

The following day was another day of sightseeing, this time taking in the Plaza Mayor, Mercado de San Miguel (upscale covered market where they serve tapas and wines & beer to chatting, happy partakers!), the oldest door ...

El fin

A travel blog entry by avangilder


... I should have realized being in Spain that the bus was going to be late, anyways, so I shouldn't have worried. The bus ride to Madrid was a long one. I took the same path there as I did initially coming to Sevilla. I went through the famous La Mancha another time, passing through the windmills, made famous by Don Quixote.
When I finally did get to Madrid, I was exhausted. I had a cab driver that ripped me off, the streets were swamped with ...

La semana pasada, una semana pesada

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... he would have undoubtedly scratched the varnish and stained the new boat cover with blood”.
My heart aches for all those effected by the tragedies of the past week, for those who lost limbs, and especially for those who lost loved ones. I experiences just a sliver of what they felt by worrying for my own family. I is impossible for me to imagine their pain; it must have been thousands of times more unbearable. When things like this happen, we are all in ...


A travel blog entry by jono.anita87


... group and our tour director Philip, who is a Welshman. After the welcoming we get onto our our bus for a nighttime panoramic tour of the city.

The next morning we are given a full tour of the city on the bus by a local guide stopping at the Plaza de Espana to see the monument to Cervantes (the written of Don Quixote). We also see several beautiful fountains in the centre of ...

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