Casa Rural Serena

C/ Turia n 39, Chulilla, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46167, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Turia n 39, Chulilla.
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    Bobal Selecta

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... with a final Cava before heading out for some lunch. So we popped over to the Torre Oria stand for their Brut Cava. Torre Oria is one of the oldest Wineries in Requena founded in 1897 and was the first to be allowed to produce under the DO Cava outside of Penedes. Made with 100% Macabeo and 9g residual. This had a lovely bready nose and a small mousse. Simple but delightful. As this was so nice we thought we should also ...

    Mountains, Castles, Tapas and Wine

    A travel blog entry by kimberley.jeane on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... consisting of unique and unusual rock formations. At the top is the Monastery of Montserrat, one of Catalonia's most important pilgrimage sites. Beautiful scenery, holy sightings over the years as well as being the home of a black Madonna make Montserrat a top attraction for tourists and pilgrimage groups from across the world.

    We visited the Basilica and had a some time to enjoy the views ...

    Day 17: La Tomatina Madness

    A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 28, 2013

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    ... when I just wanted to close my eyes. All I could smell was tomato, I just wanted a shower and a bed. Then he asked if I wanted to go drinking with him tonight. Mmmm, tempting, but no.
    So he went and sat somewhere else. Ok, bye byeeeee. I got to my hostel with no real dramas. It has a lovely terrace area and it's in a great central location.
    I wanted to tick one sight off that night because of how much there is to do here, so I caught the metro to the ...

    La Tomatina!

    A travel blog entry by on Aug 28, 2013

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    ... area to change to our dry clothes. We all reeked of stewed tomatoes. We only got a hose down on the street, so my hair was still matted with tomato sauce. Seheba wiped her face with a napkin and there was tomato sauce residue. We were still not really clean, but clean enough to wait till we got home. Then we got into the paella line. They were making the same paella I had at the hole-in-the-wall restaurant I went to yesterday. I guess that the original Valenciano ...

    Magical Montserrat

    A travel blog entry by mgruber5 on Mar 12, 2013

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    ... have come to appreciate the natural beauty that the world has to offer. We went pretty high up and Nanc was getting a little crazy thinking I was going to fall off of the mountain, which was nearly impossible. Being on top of the mountain literally made me feel like I was on top of the world. I had such reviving and spiritual moment that is unexplainable. My favorite part of climbing Montserrat was sitting on the mountain and looking ...