Balneario De Chulilla
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Chulilla
... The two cars each have a capacity for 35 passengers and one operator and travels from Aeri de Montserrat to the upper station in 5 and a half minutes (5m per second)! For those fortunate enough, or fleet of foot, to get next to a window in the cable car the views are spectacular. However the same views can seen from the upper station.
Coffee in the cafe and cheese with the farmers
We had breakfast in ...
... of how it started but the only one I remember is that some teenagers were annoyed that they weren't allowed to join an adult only party and instead decided to throw tomatoes at each other in the streets... weird start to a festival but look at it now- the biggest food fight in the world!
Upon our arrival we went through the ticket checks and then reserved ourselves a space against the wall in front of the church- we decided that ...
... for ideas on what to do, I highly recommend checking it out!
It was too last-minute to join the activity of our first choice, which was to take a Flamenco workshop. "You're on vacation," you're saying, "Go and chill or something."
Those who know me well know that I always take the opportunity to see and learn as much as I can. After browsing pages of the local activities, we ...
... The trucks drive up the tiny street, squishing everyone aside when there's already so little room, and absolutely demolishing us with overripe tomatoes. For some reason, it was over in half an hour, though normally the horn sounds at noon to signal that it's over.
As we left, people were doing snow angels in the insanely tomatoey street, and residents were showering people with hoses from their balconies and taking photos. If they weren't careful to keep their ...
... before 9, and the party doesn't heat up till 2-3 in the morning. Ugh. Me, buzzkill, yeah. Anyways looking forward to doing as the Spanish do. Day 3, and things are actually going very well. Yay!
Oh, back to La Tomatina. So everyone was under something to stay dry, but many, including me, were pretty drenched. It was a bit cold too. That warm humidity wasn't there anymore. Oh, pooh. The rain actually slowly lightened up till it disappeared. And right then, ...