Balneario De Chulilla
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... celebrate. He's still waiting for a beach day and a reunion with his friend Will Fischer to make turning 10 complete.
We're recovering now -- and getting back to routine. What was a sunny January has turned into a chilly and very windy February. We're taking a short jaunt overnight to Madrid, but otherwise hope to spend time with Spanish friends before more travels in March.
... of the tomatoes out of our hair and off our skin. The locals are so amazing in the way that they spend hours hosing down the revellers with their own personal garden hoses. I even got a one on one hair shower with a Spanish man in speedos!
After we changed into some semi clean clothes, we actually ran into Laurence, Greg and Kim- they had just come from the tomato street and were still filthy- damn them for wanting to hug us!
By the end of our fourth day in Barcelona, we had pretty much seen everything in the city, including Montju´c, a hill that overlooks the southwest part of the city. At the top of the mountain sits the Castle of Montju´c. The castle is now part museum and part municipal facility and the trip uphill is worth it. The castle is pretty, and you get a nice view of the sea, port and city below.
... 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, ...