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Old 04-21-2005, 12:47 PM   #1
 
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Hey everyone,

just got back from a month euro trip...only a taste, but would like to say that Mucho Madrid in Madrid of coarse is an amazin hostel. It feels like you and all your distant cousins are staying at your Spanish Uncle's house.

Everything is clean, comfortable, great location, good breakfast, the help is amazing too. I know is sounds like I am a promoter but the place is great.
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im still trying to decide on a Madrid hostel. ill search for a website.
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I also don't have a hosle in madrid picked out

you got a wbsite on this hostel??
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http://www.muchomadrid.com/

I think this is it.

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thanks jenn

looks okay
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You can reserve your hostel bed here- MuchoMadrid

Here's a list of other hostels in Madrid- click here
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if you want a good hostel in madrid stay at barbieri hostel, trust me, ive stayed in plenty of hostels over the years and i know whats good and bad.
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I stayed at the Los Amigos hostel and recommend it. Central location near the Royal Palace and Puerta de Sol. Also has a great atmosphere - always met someone to go clubbing with

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