- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews El Pescador Perillo
Travel Blogs from Perillo
... willing to share when required and promptly told us to go to a medical centre. Another taxi and we arrived at the medical centre where the very kind taxi man waited about 30 minutes for us with no extra charge. I clung onto Helen as her toe was undressed mainly to comfort me as it was very very sore. In fact so bad that her toe nail had come off altogether. Gosh I think Helen has my share of pain tolerance cos she hardly complains ...
... after a few glasses of wine we were quite confident that, by this time, we would easily be able to walk 20 miles a day at the end of the Camino and then with little effort walk an additional 3 days and 53+ miles to Finisterre. And we were confident our guide book was completely accurate and our average walk would be 15 miles. The wine was excellent but the planning a bit off.
Walking consecutive 20+ ...
... in one corner led out to meet at the first landing of the main staircase, the whole thing was extraordinary. There was also a tiny, steep stone staircase that led to a locked door. I can only assume this was to the servants quarters, or a room full of pirate's treasure, probably the latter I'm guessing. Dinner was good, but I both ate and drank too much, ending with the best coffee flan I've ever tasted, and I had a belly ache all night, when will I ...
... prices are much less than Australia. The economy is in a mess and one thing I would do is increase the tax on tobacco. Another thing that stands out is a culture of drinking. There is plenty of locally produced really cheap (as in price ) wine available and plenty of it is consumed. Many village people have their own constant temperature cellar where wine is stored. Prices are considerably less than $2.00 a bottle which makes it ...
... their way in. I saw little old nuns trying to find a seat and people wouldn't even move their bags. I got so angry with it all that I got up and left just as it was starting. I would rather sit outside on the steps and worship alone. I think this is one of the reasons why the next generation is leaving the church. I overheard some 20-somethings expressing the same feelings sitting outside the cathedral. I had run into ...