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A Compendium of Useful Travel Information for the Lost Pilgrim v3

A Compendium of Useful Travel Information for the Lost Pilgrim v3 2014-09-26

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This latest version (v3) was prepared by whariwharangi and uploaded by jirit.

We welcome your comments and feedback, and any suggestions for improvements. The purposes of this master document is a single source of web related travel links for getting to and back from the Camino.

Additional comments from whariwharangi:

This latest version (v3) has removed some egregious errors. I am finding that I am not adding new information very often ... indicating, I think, that its pretty much complete.

This document contains travel information intended for Pilgrims who are looking for access to communities on various Caminos, mainly Camino Frances and Camino Portuguese, in France, Spain, and Portugal.

I do not have first hand knowledge of most of the information presented here. I walked from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Finisterre in fall 2012. I traveled to Saint Jean Pied de Port from Vancouver BC Canada via London and Biarritz. I returned from Fisterra by bus to Santiago, train to Madrid, and flight to London before returning home.

This document was researched using web resources that may be out of date. Information may be incomplete or incorrect. The information presented here is not exhaustive. You are advised to confirm your own travel details.
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