Balneario De Chulilla
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for those not wine geeks like me and yet complex enough to provide interest to those who are more into their wines. Nice simple modern labels which could easily be spotted behind a bar.
100% Macabeo, 11.5% alcohol.
Soft nose of citrus with some herb notes. Good acidity, crisp, clean but a little light for my taste and dropped off quite quickly.
4. Sebirán “T-Rosado” 2013
100% Bobal, ...
Today was the BIG day! The day that brought us to Spain in the first place!
Just for anyone who doesn't know what La Tomatina is- it is the world's biggest food fight consisting of more than one hundred metric tons of over-ripe tomatoes which are thrown in the streets by thousands of Spanish people and tourists every year! Who wouldn't want to do something like that right?
Anyway we woke up early and went down to have breakfast ...
... my bus number, which was in fact an orange bus.
I met a very friendly Aussie couple, Leah and Gareth, who have British accents because they're living in London now, and I was very lucky because they adopted me for the day. I didn't know that we would be given lockers in Buñol so I had barely brought anything at all, just 5 euros, the key to the lock on my backpack (which you will hear more about later) and my accommodation keys wrapped in plastic. I clearly ...
... house at 6. It really did take a whole hour and a 5 minute backtrack to reach the bus meeting point. I've finally seen another part of town. One where no tourist and only locals seems to exist. So it's less pretty and historic, but may give me a better glimpse of life here. I was in the Eixample area. At the bus meetup point was where I meet Johannes and Axel. There was this open friendliness about them that caught my eye. Went to chat them up, and whatever that energy ...
... I got out of the water and just as we walked up the hill about 20 seconds away Iakisha pointed and said "Shower". **** you Pete and **** you Ishiki a for only knowing 4 words.
We showered and then made the treck back to the train. The queue was immense and we had virtually no money given 2 of us had been robbed. Thankfully Pete managed to find a Spanish man with a van coming back to Valencia and was happy to take 20 euros for the trip. The four of us got in and were ...