Hotel Puerta Guadalajara

C Nitra 103, Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, 19004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guadalajara

A busy day

A travel blog entry by melissa96


... all cheap. It took over two hours to cover the whole store and we all managed to get lost at least once, hindered by the fact that my phone won't let me make calls anymore. Once we finished and went to the change-rooms we were heartbreakingly told 'only eight items'.
In the end I bought jeans, a t-shirt, nail files, two jumpers, a cardi and pair of shoes. Justified by the fact that I was still 2€ under the price I would have paid for two jumpers elsewhere! Went ...

InHispania Part II

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus


... Tom had his first lesson but the teacher went through 10 moves in salsa, 10 moves in cha cha and 10 moves in merengue in about 45 mins, leading to everyone bumping into each other and looking bemused. During the whole time I used all my will not to grab the mike and take the lesson myself! Thankfully Tom persuaded me to resist. Bull fighting, is one of those things I never really thought about much before coming to Spain with the exception of pierce ...

Hola Madrid

A travel blog entry by kmiller5


We set off to the town of Madrid where we went shopping and learned of a new culture. New tastes, new accents, new smells, & new noises surround us as we ventured off to shops and cafes. We indulged at the market which is very similar to the French Market in New Orleans. I bought a handmade clock to accurately captures the Spain style- beautiful and authentic. At first when we arrived on the outskirts of Madrid it didn't really seem to be the 'Europe' I had expected, ...

Day 6: Segovia and El Escorial

A travel blog entry by gmethven


... were so cold. They only had giant ones in the market so maybe I'll give them to dad/the boys. Headed to the huge castle, Alcazar, and this was probably my favorite thing we've seen. It was giant and so beautiful. Walt Disney actually used it as inspiration for the Disney logo and Snow White's castle. We got to walk around the castle and then after climbed 150 stairs to the top of the tower. Although we almost died ...


A travel blog entry by defranco


After a beautiful sleep in we caught the metro into the city centre. Feeling hungry, we bought crepes for breakfast. My crepe had way too much jam on it, but it was still delicious. We headed towards the Prado Museum while eating, and picked up a yummy vanilla frape on the way. The museum was massive and we only had time to see a few select rooms before lunch. We walked through the parque de retiro (gardens) and jumped on the metro to ...


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