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    Post-Camino Lessons: a recording

    Dear Northern Laurie, thank you for your intimate, moving, poetic, and philosophical post-Camino reflection. Your experience in the Church in Guernica brings to mind Picasso's black and white painting entitled "Guernica" - one of the very few black and white works of his, and for a good reason.
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    Post-Camino Lessons: a recording

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    Camino del CID

    Thank you VNwalking for your helpful suggestions. In less than a month I will be there. The absence of signposting is making me nervous, but I feel very encouraged learning from pioneers like you, Peregrina2000, Reb, alexwalker, alansykes, and others who may have walked that route. Thank you all.
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    Downloading Maps

    Many thanks, John and Rick, for the information and suggestions. I will do as you suggest. Regards, Victor
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    Downloading Maps

    I am not tech savy, so please help me how to download the app maps.me, and the map of the area from Santo Domingo de Silos to Burgos. Also, how can I get the right .kmz file and load it into the app? Thank you so much.
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    Camino del CID

    Many thanks to all of you. Besides Santo Domingo de Silos, I intend to spend a night in each of the following places: Covarrubias, Mambrills de Lara, Revilla de Campo, and Modubar de San Ciprian. Any suggestions for private accommodation in these places would be much appreciated. Thank you.
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    Camino del CID

    I am planning to walk from Santo Domingo de Silos to BURGOS. Will I encounter problems with the trail signs? My understanding is that the trail goes from north to south with signposting in this direction, the opposite of my proposed camino.
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    Pimientos myth?

    But how do you plant the Padron peppers? Importing their seeds to the USA may not be allowed. Thanks.
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    I love this time of year!

    Most timely posting, Viranani. In September I did the Via de la Plata from Ourense (to honor my 80th birthday). Last year I did the Camino Ingles from Ferrol. The year before it was the Camino Portuguese, inland. Now I keep dreaming about where to go next September or October. I'd welcome...
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    I love this time of year!

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    Stops between Ourense & Santiago

    I have just returned from that Camino. The last section on day 5, from Ponte Ulla to Santiago, is more like 28 km, not 16 km mentioned by Donna. Buen Camino.
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    Has Anyone Walked the Camino Inglés in October?

    I walked it last October and it was lovely - the forests, the hills (very steep in parts), the unforgettable quietness. It did rain for 3 days as I approached Santiago. Not too many pilgrims, though, which made it that much nicer. You will love it. Take it slow and easy, and stop frequently...
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    What is your 'Dream Camino,' and why?

    SYates, please could you provide more details about the "Ecumenical Pilgrim Way" in Germany: where does it start, where does it end, and how do I get more information? Thanks.
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