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LNata wrote:Thanks Lynne, this looks as the most possible option for me.
lynnejohn wrote:We also arrived at the wrong time to visit the Amigos office. We already had our credencials, but did start our camino from Madrid at the Santiago church and the priest we met there offered to provide us with a credencial, so it's possible for you to get one there.
Parroquia De Santiago Y San Juan Bautista
Calle de Santiago, 24, 28013 Madrid, Spain
91 548 08 24
Hope this helps, and buen camino!
lynnejohn wrote:Two places I know of in Colmenar Viejo:
Hostal Chaveli (91 8451165)
Hostal el Chiscon (34 918452847)
We stayed in Hostal el Chiscon and it was very nice.
LNata wrote:...As I will start on Saturday from Madrid, should I book an accommodation for the first night in advance? Arriving at around 10am, obtaining credencial, starting quite late and not knowing Madrid, I am in doubts about how far would I manage on the first day...
JohnnieWalker wrote:Hi Natalia
JohnnieWalker wrote:You can download an up to date guide ... It has lots of information on accommodation along this route. John
Javier Martin wrote: Please confirm me which is going to be your Camino to call him again. It looks that there's an option, but not marked.
About next monday, I will go where you are, much easier for me by car than for you by public transport. My problem is that I will not be available during the weekend.
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