Most albergues based on trust. I would emailed them to book, and agreed on a method to communicate later : WhatsApp or email. I would remind them one week in advance and the day I arrive. But some give you a link to 'validate' the credit card, only charge on day of arrival.
I have Gitlitz and Davidson's in eBook version, so that I can read on the way. It's particularly useful when visiting the churches 😊 I could look up at those beautiful carvings on tympanum, then read about it on my phone.
I stored my backpack in there after my stay, but not before. But I think you probably can, because there is a front desk, just maybe put a remark when you book, the hostel manager was very nice, she answered my questions before my arrival via email. Tip: try book on their website directly.
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I am reading about the twenty-four elders on the holy door, and came across this prophet "Aegeo". It mentioned on the website : The image identified as Saint Luke and Aegeo the Prophet.
I have never come across this prophet in the bible. Google search doesn't return much...
I read about this some times back : Winchester to Canterbury, 192km
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1301 days on Duolingo, picked it up again during pandemic. Not that I can speak Spanish now, but this time round it was so much easier for me to order food and made simple conversation. There were times, the bartender corrected my mistakes 😅, there were times, they praised me. I can tell they...
This last 19km is lovely. On our last day we decided to take a very slow walk, stop at cafe, chatting, counting down at milestones, group selfie on the road. I am sure both of you will enjoy meeting others pilgrims coming from longer distances. It like going into Santiago to attend a fiasta.