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  2. MaartjedeMeer

    Cooking in winter on the Camino Frances

    Hello, I'll be walking the Camino Frances from the beginning of December this year until somewhere in January '18, by myself. I plan on cooking as much as possible, since I'll be travelling on a tight budget. So I have some questions regarding cooking, that I haven't been able to find...
  3. rappahannock_rev

    Breakfast in France

    I'm a Camino Frances veteran, and I know the breakfast routine in Spain.... (Repeat after me: Cafe con leche, por favor....) Next Spring I hope to walk from Lourdes over the Somport Pass to Jaca. That means five or six days on the Way in France. What might I expect to find in France by way of...
  4. notion900

    Packed lunches, people!

    I have read a few threads and had some conversations recently where people walking routes off the French Way for the first time were genuinely surprised that you can't get breakfast, second breakfast, lunch (and presumably afternoon tea with scones and crumpets) and frequent ice cold water...
  5. C

    Breakfast, Lunch and Siesta Question

    Hola! Sometimes I've seen people warn that siesta is between about 2p and 4p, and many businesses are closed. Other people say lunch is available from about 2p-4p, and isn't typically available before or after. So the restaurants or bars must be open during siesta? Is it siesta in name only...
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  7. A

    Best breakfast along the Way

    We all rave about cafe con leche, but what about the Tostada de tomate? I love it, but is it available on all routes? Can we ask for one on any route? And why doesn't it taste the same at home? Any other suggestions for a divine breakfast that goes beyond the traditional croissant amd OJ?
  8. zammy

    petite dejuner?! breakfast at the gites?maybe not

    would you pay 5 euros for breakfast which generally means day old bread, some jelly and butter,very weak coffee and maybe orange juice? too expansive and not worth it. if you are near a bar and boulangery eat your breakfast there even if it means walking some miles to it or buy the essentials...


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