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    Reservations needed?

    What is IMO? And yes, I was considering doing the same...occasionally treat myself to a private room when I feel I'd like one. Thanks again.
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    Reservations needed?

    Thanks Al. Great point about how you perceive stress differently once on the camino. I do want to go with the flow and adapt to what I feel or need once I'm there. I guess I just wanted the reassurance I wasn't completely wrong to do it that way. Thanks again.
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    Reservations needed?

    Thanks Joe. I never thought of anything like your last suggestion before. That's a good backup plan if needed. How did you make reservations? By local phone? Was there internet access? Or did you bring your own cell and change the sim card to use your cell for this?
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    Reservations needed?

    Thanks Biarritzdon. You wouldn't stop early every day though, right? Because then the camino would take much longer to finish. It seems like you're saying don't go by the guidebook and stay where everyone else is stopping for the night?
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    Reservations needed?

    Thanks Robo. So it sounds like you're saying that if I'm willing to pay more, I can always get a room, but the albergues are the ones I can't be assured of getting. Is that right?
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    Reservations needed?

    Thanks Pano. I'm surprised because I thought the albergues would be the ones that fill up first, as these are the low cost accommodations, if I understand right. I don't mind reserving ahead normally, but I'm hoping for flexibility so that if I choose or need to adjust my plans I would be able to.
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    Reservations needed?

    Hi everyone, my name is Enzo, I'm from Canada. I'm new here, so not sure if I'm posting my question in the right place but I'm planning to do the Camino Frances next year, perhaps summer because i dont want to deal with mud, snow, cold weather, etc. I'm wondering if it's doable to go without...
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