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Luggage Storage in Santiago

- Ship your things to Santiago, pick them up when you arrive.


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  1. ChrisT

    Two questions: getting to the start, and an extra short first day

    I was wondering about this myself and it looks like there are buses quite regularly from the Airport to Valenca. http://www.autna.com/en/
  2. ChrisT

    2 Weeks In September

    Hello All, I have 2 weeks off work at the end of September and I'm looking for advice on what would be a good 10 or so days walking on the Camino. I don't really need to finish in Santiago and I did Sarria to Santiago last November so don't want to do that part again (although I really enjoyed...
  3. ChrisT

    Finding The Time To Walk A Camino

    I like your style. The thought of still working where I am now in five years time is enough to make me resign tomorrow though.
  4. ChrisT

    Finding The Time To Walk A Camino

    Thanks for the reply's. It is interesting to know how people do 'make' the time. I have asked for 4 weeks unpaid leave and to be able to tag 2 weeks holiday on to give me 6 weeks in September. Ill see what they come back with. I work for a large international company based in the UK. On the HR...
  5. ChrisT

    Finding The Time To Walk A Camino

    I was wondering how people find the time to walk a Camino? My father and I walked from Sarria to Santiago last November and loved it and I was planning on doing the Portuguese Camino from Tui in September. I'm now thinking I would love to do the whole Frances but with work commitments it is...
  6. ChrisT

    How do I get to Sarria?

    You can get a train from Madrid to Sarria. We got the overnight one with a bunk which worked well. Left Madrid at around 10pm and got to Sarria at around 6am. Had some breakfast in Sarria and set off walking.


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