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A good time to write (English) reviews of albergues to Gronze?

peregringo1

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Year of past OR future Camino
140+ days total on various caminos
As we anxiously stay at home reminiscing past caminos and daydreaming about future caminos when it's safe once again to do so, here's a thought:

Many of us use gronze to find the best albergues (and avoid the appallingly bad ones). While most of the reviews are in Spanish (& not difficult to translate), it's also convenient to read reviews written in English (or your native language), which gronze does accept.

How about writing reviews in your preferred language (English would be the most helpful besides Spanish IMHO) for our favorite (and not so favorite) albergues and posting to gronze, while we are going down memory lane of past caminos?

I've started to post reviews from my recent camino and plan to go back and write reviews of most memorable albergues over the past 3 years and 140+ days on various caminos, especially for those albergues that have very few reviews.

From what I can tell, it takes gronze a day or two to approve/publish reviews once submitted (you can see your own reviews as soon as you post if you're logged in but others can't see them until gronze approves).

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CF(2012) Le Puy/CF (2015) Portugues (2017) Norte (2018) CF (2019) VDLP?
As we anxiously stay at home reminiscing past caminos and daydreaming about future caminos when it's safe once again to do so, here's a thought:

Many of us use gronze to find the best albergues (and avoid the appallingly bad ones). While most of the reviews are in Spanish (& not difficult to translate), it's also convenient to read reviews written in English (or your native language), which gronze does accept.

How about writing reviews in your preferred language (English would be the most helpful besides Spanish IMHO) for our favorite (and not so favorite) albergues and posting to gronze, while we are going down memory lane of past caminos?

I've started to post reviews from my recent camino and plan to go back and write reviews of most memorable albergues over the past 3 years and 140+ days on various caminos, especially for those albergues that have very few reviews.

From what I can tell, it takes gronze a day or two to approve/publish reviews once submitted (you can see your own reviews as soon as you post if you're logged in but others can't see them until gronze approves).

Buen Camino!
It is a practice that I have been doing on my last two caminos and intend do continue in the future.
 

Lizremedy

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Year of past OR future Camino
Cycle (2020)
As we anxiously stay at home reminiscing past caminos and daydreaming about future caminos when it's safe once again to do so, here's a thought:

Many of us use gronze to find the best albergues (and avoid the appallingly bad ones). While most of the reviews are in Spanish (& not difficult to translate), it's also convenient to read reviews written in English (or your native language), which gronze does accept.

How about writing reviews in your preferred language (English would be the most helpful besides Spanish IMHO) for our favorite (and not so favorite) albergues and posting to gronze, while we are going down memory lane of past caminos?

I've started to post reviews from my recent camino and plan to go back and write reviews of most memorable albergues over the past 3 years and 140+ days on various caminos, especially for those albergues that have very few reviews.

From what I can tell, it takes gronze a day or two to approve/publish reviews once submitted (you can see your own reviews as soon as you post if you're logged in but others can't see them until gronze approves).

Buen Camino!
I used bookings.com and wrote english reviews and postrd photos for all of the ones we stayed in
 
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