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Dawn of a new Day

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hi ivar, would you mind sending the link again for the pensions in madrid. i stayed at mad hostel which was great, but thinking now my last night in madrid i would like a pension.

presently doing the amazing via de la plata. it is so well marked. this is so far one of the best trails.
thanks dawn from canada
ps, using ben cole and bethan davies book and will be sending an update when i return home in niovember
 
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Hi Dawn,

I hope things are well! Not sure what link you are thinking of, it might have been a while ago....

I did some searches in the forum and found these links that I think will help you out:
traveling-to-from-the-camino/topic4424.html
post19261.html
http://www76.pair.com/navarro/location.html
http://www.eurocheapo.com/madrid/hotel/ ... iesco.html

If anyone else have some good places in Madrid to sleep, please feel free to add to this.

Greetings from Santiago,
Ivar
NB! Fall has come to Santiago, about 6-7c in the morning, about 20c mid day.
 

Rebekah Scott

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I always stay at Hostal Sta. Isabel. It is clean, very reasonably priced, in a really great location by Anton Martin market and the swingin´ethnicity of Lavapies, and (sometimes) English is spoken. It´s at http://www.hostalsantaisabel.com.
Oh, and they have the coolest elevator/lift, all beveled glass and leather cushions!

Rebekah
 

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