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    COVID Spanish entry requirements changed - no SpTH form/QR needed

    I was trying to complete mine as well this morning and found that out. I’m flying American Airlines and they make you enter that QR code along with your documents into VeriFLY before leaving. Now that I can’t get the QR code I can’t compete VeriFLY and I’m wondering if that going to be a...
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    Physiotherapist Burgos

    Your post says no compression. Is that a typo or did the physio stray away from the RICE mantra for some reason?
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    Osprey Farpoint 40L Travel Pack Comfort Level

    The REI Trail 40 fits airline requirements for carry on and is works very well for the Camino. It has a good waist belt, comfy shoulder straps, chest strap, walking poles holder, and all the pockets for water bottles, poncho/rain gear you could want. I walked the Camino with one and one of my...
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    The River Route into Burgos

    For those that walked it recently did you use any navigation like the Buen Camino App which appears to clearly show the routes and also shows you where you are on the map/route? I walked this in 2017 and when I hit the junction I asked a local which way to go and they sent me the concrete way...
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    Taxi to Roncevalles/SJPP

    I’m traveling from Pamplona to Roncevalles in early March and arrive around 6pm in Pamplona. If taking a taxi to Roncevalles would I be able to share a taxi with those going to SJPP? I wasn’t sure if it’s on the route there. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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    Your 2022 flight and airport experiences

    I flew that same route a couple of years ago and the inbound flight was late. I made it to the gate in Amsterdam 10 minutes before departure and the ground staff had already pulled the jetway and wouldn’t let me on or even speak to me. I had to go back to their customer service center in the...
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    OBSOLETE COVID THREAD Self Isolating on the Camino

    I may be coming late to this but I thought that if you were asymptomatic or had mild symptoms, isolation was no longer required by the Spanish government. Are people (pilgrims) still required to isolate, or are just self-isolating until symptoms are gone to be considerate?
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