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      Thanks for inadvertently answering a question for me, @Bachibouzouk! I have a very distinct memory of walking on an abandoned rail line - rails, big stones, very difficult. I never found anyone else who had had that experience. Answer — in...
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      timr reacted to irrie's post in the thread LIVE from the Camino Back on the Via Francigena with Buen Camino! Buen Camino!.
      We (my husband and I) are in Peronne right now on the Via Francigena. After the camino frances and camino portugues we wanted to try something different. Last year we walked from Canterbury to Dover in 2 days. And on the 17th of may we started...
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      Before the VF was marked as a GR, which has quite strict rules, the VF in France was a little more freeform- generally moving between towns but with leeway on the route. I know one forum member forged a route using the canals. I had Raju's older...
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      timr reacted to Bachibouzouk's post in the thread LIVE from the Camino On the Camino de Madrid! with Buen Camino! Buen Camino!.
      And so Peregrinos and Peregrinas back to business ..... Segovia - Santa Maria La Real de Nieva (32.5 kms) A glorious day of open vistas, blue skies and solitude (I saw one guy on a mountain bike). Birdsong, crickets and my own footsteps were...
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      If you get a poncho like the Altus, it unzips down the front, or you can let it hang from your back pack if you have one of those days where it rains off and on all day long. It slips back on easily. I had a sleeping bag at the municipal in...
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      Thanks for taking the time and effort to report back. It is really helpful. Just one particular comment. In Nov 2018, in Tui I stayed in the municipal and have to say it was extremely average, but of course quite adequate and I am not...
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      Hi all, I just finished my first Camino. I was on the Portugues route from Porto to Santiago: Coastal till Vila do Conde after that Central till Santiago. I would love to give back some of the learnings I had and help other beginners to prepare...
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      Well, it's a choice. Creature comfort or a bonding experience in an ancient pilgrim's refugio with a ton of history behind it.
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      timr reacted to Nelle's post in the thread Albergue San Juan de Ortega -- a question with Buen Camino! Buen Camino!.
      Thanks to everyone for their feedback on the San Juan de Ortega parroquial -- the good, the bad and the ugly. I think I have a pretty good sense of what to expect -- much better than what I was getting from the Gronze and Wise Pilgrim reviews...
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      timr reacted to Vacajoe's post in the thread Albergue San Juan de Ortega -- a question with Like Like.
      You know, it’s okay to be uncomfortable for a night. You might be a bit grouchy and tired and cold and hungry, but you won’t die. Ortega was an early albergue in the Camino revival (as well as an early hospital back in the original pilgrimage!)...
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