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Arriving in Satander

johnBCCanada

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Hi

I am not leaving until September but I am enjoying soem research and booking flights. It makes the trip seem sooner.

I am arriving at Satander airport (for the Camino del Norte) at 6 pm and I am wondering if I am going to have any problems getting in to town and a albergue for the evening arriving at that time.

Curiously I am not having problems getting in the habit of long walks as preparation but I am procrastinating on learning some basic Spanish.

regards,

John in British Columbia
 
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sillydoll

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You shouldn't have a problem - it is still light for a few hours and the albergue Santos Martires in 9 Ruamayor 9, close to the cathedral, has 16 places for walkers only. It usually opens about 4 pm. According to the CSJ guide, things may be left at bar just down the road.
 

Javier Martin

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I agree with Sil, albergues in CF may be crowded but not in anothwer Caminos as Camino del Norte.

When you arrive to the albergue you will find acomodation.

Buen Camino del Norte,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
 

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