Balneario De Chulilla
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... final ascent to the monastery either the cable car which we took from Aeri de Montserrat or the cremella or rack railway from Monistrol de Montserrat
Aeri de Montserrat
The cable car connects the railway station and the Llobregat Road to the Monastery. Opened in 1930 it was out of use for a short while after sustaining damage during the Spanish Civil War. Today it runs using all of the original mechanism ...
... hotel (got to make the most of the four star hotel- usually way above our price range!) We were dressed in our special throw away La Tom clothing- black singlet, white tshirt, black shorts and white tennis shoes (most people were in a variation of the same outfit).
We then packed on the bus with all the other slightly nervous but mostly excited tourists to drive the 45 minutes to Bunol where the festival takes place. There are a ...
... seen everything in the city, we wanted to do something different on our last day in Barcelona. For inspiration, I turned to Trip 4 Real, a site that I had accidentally found while doing research prior to my departure. The site allows you to book and join activities, workshops and tours organized by locals, and is available in most major cities in Spain. If you are planning to visit Spain and ...
... the street. Have I mentioned how much I love this county?? Before the horn sounds and the trucks arrive at 11am, there is a greased up pole with a big ham at the top, which people attempt to climb and retrieve the ham. We were watching countless failed attempts when it started to rain. No, it started to pour. Packed into a narrow street with 25,000 others, there was nowhere to find shelter from the downpour. We were absolutely freezing and miserable and wondering if ...
... bus ride. Then at Bunol, we got into this long line for the lockers to put our stuff away. Organization among the organizers were non-existent. (Ha. ha. Not funny). I know. There were long lines for everything. Bathroom, lockers, and food. My group was awesome. We never lost each other. We got a bit munchy right before 11 am, the tomato throwing time. Seheba and I got in line for food. I wasn't too hungry, but I was precautionarily going to eat. It just seemed like it ...