Els Avets Hotel

Address: Porto de la Bonaigua s/n, Sorpe, Catalonia, 25587, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Porto de la Bonaigua s/n, Sorpe, is near Catalonia in Miniature (Catalunya en Miniatura), Albert i Noya, and Galeria Jose de Ibarra.
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        Travel Blogs from Sorpe

        Europe 2015 - Day 2 in Barcelona

        A travel blog entry by meganm83 on Oct 06, 2015

        4 comments, 33 photos

        ... allowed one hour in this area, but we decided to ditch our tour and hang out longer. We got a delicious vegetarian paella for lunch. Then we walked around the village and went into the shops. We ended up buying a really neat and colorful mosiac tile wall clock. There was a lot of "if you like it, we can buy it" coming from Tracy as she was trying to get me out of the store because I had to look at each of the 30 clocks for 20 seconds each debating. It's a ...

        Montserrat and Sagrada Familia

        A travel blog entry by freundlytravels on Sep 25, 2015

        23 photos

        ... ed veggies and anchovy on toast or prawn on a green salad.  The entree choices were sirloin with mushroom sauce or salmon and grilled veggies.  Dessert was flan or fruit cup.  We were surprised that beef wasn't a mainstay in Spain. I guess we thought there must be cattle as there is the running of the bulls and bullfights. But the terrain is really too arid and hilly. The emphasis was more on jamon (ham) and seafood.             ...


        A travel blog entry by theproberts on Jul 02, 2015

        38 photos

        ... if it will be completed by then! ) the church consists of 4500 square meters where 8000 people can worship. It will have 18 spires, 12 of which represent the Apostles, 1 The Virgin Mary, 5 representing Jesus. We spent quite a bit of time here admiring its grandeur . Hopped back on bus taking us to Parc Guell constructed in 1900, Barcelona was a modern & cosmopolitan metropolis based on power & industry. It's wall was demolished nearly half a century ...

        Last Day in Barcelona, so More Gaudi

        A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Mar 27, 2015

        1 comment, 40 photos

        ... thing that didn't please me was when I went in to a Zara store (they are Spanish so they are everywhere) and as I wandered around a young man and his girlfriend walked past me and he said to her "I told you old ladies shopped here". I immediately left as they obviously couldn't tell I am 25 at heart. Interesting fact: the translation of the "Do Not Disturb" sign in Spanish is "Por Favor No Molestar". I think not being molested is the least you should ...

        Hot Barcelona..a nice change from Ireland!

        A travel blog entry by hollyplunkett on Oct 20, 2014

        11 photos

        ... rambla.

        Friday morning we did the Hop on Hop off bus tour. These are double decker buses that take you to al the main sites and you can hop on and off wherever you like. It was such a great way to see the Gardi architecture. My favourite place was the National art museum which had the best views. The building itsef was amazing, and the huge water fountain is so cool. We didn't actually go inside the building, just ...