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My Time

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My wife and I are starting the Camino Frames in early May next year. Our intent is to stay at Orisson on the first night - we have time to take it slow. We can find the phone number to book but wondering if there is list of email addresses for the various accommodation options along the Camino, particularly at Orisson.

Thanks for any assistance.
 
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I've got email addresses (where known) for most accommodation options on my site (over 430 places listed currently):

www.caminopedia.com

There are also downloadable GPS tracks which show the locations relative to the route itself, which can be helpful.

The all-in-one-PDF that wayfarer linked to is also an excellent resource.
 

mralisn

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SJPdP-SdC (2005), Camino Norte-Fisterra (2010), SJPdP-Muxia-Fisterra (2012), Camino Norte w/Primitivo-Muxia-Fisterra (2014), Camino Portuguese (2016)
Good to have patience with Orisson. It does take a few days for response.

Email the dates would like to request stay. In 3-4 days, a response will come. It is at that time the instructions are sent to pay for the bed(s). Confirmation will follow. A "long" process, but one that seems to not fail. Patience.

This is the experience I had while assisting another for a June stay. At the same time, it is what I found with others as well.

Might be best to start making contact in March if they are taking reservations by then.

Wishing you the best of all journeys,
Simeon
 
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scruffy1

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mralisan is correct - Jean-Jacques is a very busy man this time of year, try and book by email and then, to avoid disappointment, call him by phone from home to confirm!! Not a recommendation, a must!!
 

wayfarer

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2012
I've got email addresses (where known) for most accommodation options on my site (over 430 places listed currently):

www.caminopedia.com

There are also downloadable GPS tracks which show the locations relative to the route itself, which can be helpful.

The all-in-one-PDF that wayfarer linked to is also an excellent resource.
Is that app mentioned on your site going to be available for Android ?
 

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