Balneario De Chulilla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cable car from the monastery down to the train station - and even luckier to catch the train which had just pulled into the station.
If we return to Montserrat, which I hope we will, we'd still buy a tot Montserrat ticket but without lunch, and rather than queue at the self service restaurant we'd save time by taking a packed lunch or make something up by buying local produce - mainly bread and cheese from the farmers' ...
... in barrel and 8 months in bottle.
Fruity nose with some balsamic and vanilla notes. Long fruit driven palate with a nice balance.
Well that was another evening well spent. On our departure we purchased a bottle of the Casa don Angel 2011 which was the very Bobal wine I had so enjoyed in London which was every much as good as it was back then.
We floated down the main street and up into the ...
... knowledgeable and taught us about how climate affect wine production, and the differences between a few types of wine. We all discussed our preferences while savoring different types of tapas.
This half-day tour is highly recommended for those who looking to experience Spain in a different way. You can learn more about the Montserrat, Tapas and Wine tour here.
... locals were out selling Sangria, beer, food and souvenirs. At about 10am we headed towards the main street where it all happens and it was already rammed with people. There is a seven metre greasy pole with a ham at the top at one end and people try to climb up and get it down. We couldn’t even get to it or see it since there were so many people.
Then just before 11am, when the tomato fight starts, the clouds ...
... 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 ...