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... nights, met by host Israel Velazquez who waited up very late for us, then graciously showed us around the apartment. They say that Madrid is the loudest city in the world, and we experienced this first-hand the two nights we stayed in this vibrant city. ...
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Madrid, Spain is a south-western European city, the capital of Spain, and the largest municipality of the Community of Madrid. The population of the city is almost 3.2 million with a metropolitan area population of approximately 6.5 million. It is the ...
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... . But how to connect to contemporary Jewish life? After a bit of research, I discovered that there is a small and growing Jewish community in Spain, estimated at 10,000-15,000 registered with the official community and 40,000-50,000 total Jews. And I ...
A Travel Blog entry by ekidd31 from Madrid, Madrid, Spain
... great way to find a place to stay while traveling, but it also is a great networking community. I joined the group “Langyages Exchanges Meetings in Madrid,” and I noticed a person post about free spanish lessons. Since Jenna and I ...
A Travel Blog entry by extremetraveler from Madrid, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
... My two brothers had a room together down the hall on the other side of the Hostel, which had two beds, a shower, and another community bathroom with a toilet as well. Once we all put our things down, Lisa showered and the rest of us got ready to ...
A Travel Blog entry by deena.cowans from Madrid, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
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A Travel Blog entry by janinesimon from Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
... after enormous fires in 1790. Today it is surrounded by three story residences and the Casa de la Panaderia (Bakery House) that hosts community and cultural functions. Again, it is being well used to host a New Year theme, but the big NYE event is back ...
A Travel Blog entry by lwente from Madrid, Madrid, Spain
... day and night. Our room had four beds and a bathroom attached which was a huge luxury considering many other rooms had to share a larger community bathroom. Chris had to curl up to fit on the tiny twin bed but the room was clean and had a great window we ...
A Travel Blog entry by heatherandbrad from Madrid, Spain
... the many streets that don’t allow cars making walking and shopping a pleasant experience. This creates a vibrancy and sense of community that many North American downtown cores are missing. Home by 7:30 and now trying to stay awake so that we can ...
A Travel Blog entry by warwicksoption from Madrid, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
... could eat as much as one wants and there were many people there. Zaragoza is the capital of the Province of the autonomous community of Aragon. It is situated on the Ebro River in a valley with a variety of landscapes, ranging from desert to thick ...
A Travel Blog entry by valerie992 from Madrid, Spain
... ;€€€€ in preparations to attract the attention of the committee - Public Works are underway all over the community ("Their tax €€s at work") and a mega sports complex has been built (renovated, actually) that is impressive. ...
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A Travel Blog entry by mccloy from Madrid, Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
... went for a stroll in El Retiro. This beautiful park was once part of 300 acres of a royal garden, but now is a community park. It was a beautiful walk. Finally, we retuned to the train station which was actually Atocha were the terrorist bombed in ...
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A Travel Blog entry by farhath.sultana from Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
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