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A planned albergue and just where it is needed

Discussion in 'Camino de Invierno' started by Ribeirasacra, Jul 29, 2017.

  1. Ribeirasacra

    Ribeirasacra Active Member

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    No other news than this.
    I too concur with what the Asociación says in that it is a great location. Plus it is a good use for a building which has not been used for many a year.
    News in spanish
     
  2. KinkyOne

    KinkyOne Veteran Member

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    I'am not perfect, but I'm always myself!!!
    Great news. And the location couldn't be better to cut in half quite tough stage between Monforte de Lemos and Chantada. Also it gives much more options for stage planning. I would definitely try to stay there on my next Invierno. 24 beds are more than enough for this solitary Camino. With planned kitchen and Torre Vilarino not really far away give two options for dinner.
     
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  3. KinkyOne

    KinkyOne Veteran Member

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    Invierno ('14),
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    I'am not perfect, but I'm always myself!!!
    It reminds me of an albergue in Buiza on del Salvador:
    2016-06-17 08.27.54.jpg
     
  4. caminka

    caminka Active Member

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    Camino(s) past & future:
    SJPP - Frances - Fisterra (2005)
    Torino - Domitia - Tolosana - Frances - Fisterra (2009)
    Ljubljana - Aquileiense - Romea-Leona - Francigena - Aurelia - Pyrneen - Viejo - Invierno - Muxía - Francés - SJPP (2012)
    Lyon - Podiensis - Norte - Primitivo - Muxía (2016)
    that is very good news for the camino invierno. the part from quiroga to lalin has some fairly long days with not so easy terrain.

    and it's close to the viewpoint of the famous bend of the river mino, to boot.
     
  5. peregrina2000

    peregrina2000 Moderator Staff Member Donating Member Donating Member

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    That would be Cabo do Mundo, no? I am SO SO sorry I didn't take that little side trip, just a very short walk from where we stayed in Torre Vilarinho.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=cab...iazMXVAhWD34MKHVhOASAQsAQIJw&biw=1920&bih=950
     
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  6. caminka

    caminka Active Member

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    Camino(s) past & future:
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    Torino - Domitia - Tolosana - Frances - Fisterra (2009)
    Ljubljana - Aquileiense - Romea-Leona - Francigena - Aurelia - Pyrneen - Viejo - Invierno - Muxía - Francés - SJPP (2012)
    Lyon - Podiensis - Norte - Primitivo - Muxía (2016)
    Yes, that is the viewpoint. Rebekah put it on the cover of one of her first Invierno guides, if I remember correctly. I didn't go there either and later regretted it. But it was a long day, with the main descent and climb still to come.
     

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