Balneario De Chulilla

C./ Afueras, s/n, Chulilla, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46167, Spain and Canary Islands | Spa
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Travel Blogs from Chulilla

Mountains, Castles, Tapas and Wine

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

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... 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 ...

Day 17: La Tomatina Madness

A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 28, 2013

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... 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 ...

La Tomatina!

A travel blog entry by on Aug 28, 2013

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... the evening activities. Ay, caramba!

It's 2:25am. Made it home. We went to a friend's, Axel's, home to chill. Then no one really had any plans and people were leaving around 12:30ish. Eventually, some were just really tired and had class at 9am, and they called it quits. I have a late class starting at 3, so I was fine, but my flatmate Rune was really tired. And I didn't want to return without him. So I let him know that I'm cool with heading home, so the group ...

Magical Montserrat

A travel blog entry by mgruber5 on Mar 12, 2013

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... This mountain is literally in the backyard of Barcelona and is such a hidden gem. Climbing a mountain will never be something that I have the chance to just sporadically do on any given day. After such a fulfilling day, we headed back into Barcelona and had some sangria and pizzas. A bizarre combination, but I don’t think sangria will ever get old to me. We hung out here for a while and then went back to the apartment ...

Shrine of Our Lady of Montserrat

A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jun 24, 2012

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... the Black Virgin of Montserrat was carved by St. Luke about 50AD and brought to Spain. Later when the Moors came into power it was hidden in a cave, now referred to as the Santa Cova, or the Holy Grotto. In 880 AD it was rediscovered by local shepherds and as the legend goes they say they saw a bright light and heard heavenly music leading them to the cave and the statue. ...


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