Hotel Santa Teresa

Address: Avenida Hornos Calero, 25, Avila, Castile-León, 5003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Avenida Hornos Calero, 25, 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

    Yesterday's adventure was divided into two parts. First, we went to Ávila, a city about an hour from Segovia known for its medieval walls and its hometown heroine, Saint Teresa. 2015 marks the 500th anniversary of Saint Teresa's birth. She was born in Ávila in 1515 and spent many years there as a Carmelite. In 1562, seeking a stronger vow of poverty, Saint Teresa established the Discalced (or Barefoot) Carmelites. Saint Teresa is also famous ...

    Número Tres

    A travel blog entry by dhsinspain on Jun 01, 2015

    7 photos

    Yesterday was another packed day! In the morning we went to El Escorial -- an enormous royal palace and monastery built by King Philip II that is less than an hour from Segovia. We had a wonderful tour and brushed up on the last 400 years of Spanish history. Highlights included the royal mausoleum, where nearly all of the kings and queens since Ferdinand and Isabella are buried, and the royal gardens, replete with rose bushes and topiaries. After relaxing in ...

    Inside the wall

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

    2 photos

    ... the border to Spain with no fanfare, border control or quarantine. The only way we knew we had entered was a rather half-hearted sign announcing Espania - the Schengen Agreement operating seamlessly.
    Coming from Australia and working on border control issues it just didn't feel right so I dragged the girls out of the car for the obligatory photo. It wasn't that exciting.
    As usual we were way behind schedule (so many great little towns) so we committed ...

    Segovia

    A travel blog entry by marcelle_travel on Sep 23, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... peaceful enclosed garden spaces. There were lots of cute little kittens sunning themselves at the entrance. MP= "That's because they don't believe in contraception"

    We ate well there too. Simple hearty food but we got homemade empaņadas and the local biscuits. On the whole we're finding the Spanish fare much blander than what we expected. Eggs, cheese, potato and many varieties of pig. So ...

    Walls, Walls And More Walls!

    A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Sep 20, 2013

    1 comment

    ... from Europe's dark ages, made the experience just that little bit special. We finished our day's exploring at around 5:30, and by 6:30 we returned to the room after spending an hour trying to find a supermarket selling cold drinks. We relaxed for an hour before dining at the Restaurant Sandoce in town. We shared tapas for our first course, followed by a crepe with vegetables and chicken stuffed inside, and then a cheese cake ...