Centro De Turismo Rural Abejaruco

Address: Sierra de Gredos Sur - Valle del Tietar, Avila, Castile-León, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Sierra de Gredos Sur - Valle del Tietar, Avila, is near Cathedral of Avila, Basilica de San Vicente, Monasterio de Santo Tomas, and Museo del Convento de la Encarnacion.
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    Travel Blogs from Avila

    Número Seis

    A travel blog entry by dhsinspain on Jun 03, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... while the rest of the group wandered around the town to shop and snack. Those of us who attended the fountain show were blown out of the water, quite literally. Each fountain show lasted about ten minutes, with a gradual increase in height and width of water sprays. The first two fountains were particularly powerful. Groups of Spanish school kids stood by the the railing of the fountains in their bathing suits and by the end of each display were ...

    Número Tres

    A travel blog entry by dhsinspain on Jun 01, 2015

    7 photos

    ... monuments. Each group put in great effort, but Olivia, Caroline, and Alina won, having the fewest errors in the shortest amount of time. Then, we all went to a café, where we feasted on a Spanish treat: churros dipped in hot chocolate. Yum! In the evening, we had some free time before the students returned home, so we went up to a park with a scenic overlook, where the students kicked around a soccer ball, chatted, and enjoyed another picture-perfect ...

    Inside the wall

    A travel blog entry by rana-mark on May 22, 2015

    2 photos

    And so we farewell Portugal and headed for Spain.
    What do I now about about Portugal? Not a lot unfortunately. It is a hell of a lot cheaper than Iceland (not surprisingly). Their history is far more significant than I was aware - it was actually regarded as a world power during Europe's age of discovery and built a large empire. This is evidenced in the forts, palaces and towers established in the country.
    The people of Portugal really are keen to ...

    Does a walk on a medieval wall negate 32 oz steak?

    A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Sep 16, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... to take pictures. Because everything was closed we drove to the highest point to see if we could take a good photo. I was desperate to get on camera. The sun was directly in our eyes, and when the six foot team photographer complained about it, I pulled my full 5 foot shoulders squared and offered a perfect solution "Johan just stand on that bench over there, and I will hold my hand over the camera to provide shade." Normally this would come from my beautiful ...

    Castles in Castille

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jun 17, 2013

    28 photos

    ... only vehicle in it! Despite the new car park, parts of the village look almost mediaeval.

    Then it's on to the town of Aranda de Duero, where it actually begins to rain for a short time. Here I cross the Rio Duero, another of Spain's longest.

    I'm now firmly committed to using the backroads rather than any fast dual carriageways. Apart from going very slowly through the occasional village or town, progress is quite good as there are long ...