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Having trouble finding beds after Segovia for next week, has anyone had the same problem?
Me too! Was planning to stay at Nava de la Asuncion tonight but was told yesterday that it was full. The other hostals & those in Coca were full too. I finally found a place to stay in Santa María for €40 in a lovely home. My budget for lodging has definitely burst.

Right now I’m having trouble contacting the albergues in Villeguillo & Alcazarén.
 
I did the Madrid route a few months ago and had problems in Coco during a heatwave. I had to take a cab to a hotel in Olameda where I camped out until the heatwave subsided. It wasn’t fun but it made me stronger. I’d encourage you to keep trying with the municipal albergues. The one in Penaflor de Hornija was only 3 euro!
 
The one from Galicia (the round) and the one from Castilla & Leon. Individually numbered and made by the same people that make the ones you see on your walk.
Back in 2014 I never had to book ahead do you think it is necessary for the Madrid going forward?
 
Having trouble finding beds after Segovia for next week, has anyone had the same problem?
Just finished the Madrid yesterday. Absolutely georgeous. Very few pilgrims, plenty of free beds in the albergues and hostals except Coca. But call ahead, and be flexible on the planning ahead.
 
Just finished the Madrid yesterday. Absolutely georgeous. Very few pilgrims, plenty of free beds in the albergues and hostals except Coca. But call ahead, and be flexible on the planning ahead.
Thanks, I haven’t found anything in coca, what did you end up doing there?
 
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Thanks, I haven’t found anything in coca, what did you end up doing there?
I stayed in Casa de la Paca. Decent room and breakfast. Coca deserves a close visit, and the walk out of town is among the nicest stretches of this camino. Good luck!
 
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My wife & I are now walking Camino Madrid. We are staying the Villeguillo pilgrim Albergue tonight. We called last night and picked up key at the bar. We are walking with a pilgrim friend we met back in Manzanares El Real. Haven't seen any other pilgrims walking yet. Haven't been able to get ahold of Alcazaren for tomorrow yet.
 
We stayed in the 4bed Albergue last night in Nava de la Asuncion (through WhatsApp). There is a big festival going on now. Most private stays seem full and also the large albergue there was full when I checked
 
Does anyone know if the albergue in Cigunuela is open, no one answers the phone and reviews are old
 
The focus is on reducing the risk of failure through being well prepared. 2nd ed.
Does anyone know if the albergue in Cigunuela is open, no one answers the phone and reviews are old
These are the lists of Open and Closed albergues I used when I walked the Madrid in June this year...
 

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We stayed at Pilgrim Albergue in Ciguñuela a few days back. Note on door says house number to pick up keys (a few doors down on same side of street, house# 24 I believe). Nobody was home so we went to the town hall where a man got us the keys. It was a nice Albergue. Three of us walking together were the only ones staying there that night.
 
My wife and I will be finishing our Camino Madrid tomorrow in Sahagun. We found the municipal Albergues very nice, a good stay, and thankful for them. It was a very quiet camino meeting only 2 other pilgrims walking from Madrid. Awesome experience
 

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