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Peligro

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St. Jean to SdC the slow way (Aug'15, Aug'17, Jan'18, Aug'18, Jan'19, Jul'19) Primitivo (May'20)
I'm walking el Camino the slow way - this summer it's Burgos to Sahagun. Any thoughts on great albergues to stay in along the way? I have 5-6 days to do 5 1/2 etapas - I'll be flying to Madrid, taking the bus to Burgos and setting out on foot with little to no sleep. Any thoughts on things I should not miss? If I can get reservations like I have done on my trips walking from SJPP to Burgos that would be preferred. I envy all of you guys that get to do this start to finish and I appreciate all the advice I get on this great forum!
 
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trecile

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Francés (2016 & 2017), Norte (2018), Francés-Salvador-Norte (2019), Portuguese (2019)
I'm walking el Camino the slow way - this summer it's Burgos to Sahagun. Any thoughts on great albergues to stay in along the way? I have 5-6 days to do 5 1/2 etapas - I'll be flying to Madrid, taking the bus to Burgos and setting out on foot with little to no sleep. Any thoughts on things I should not miss? If I can get reservations like I have done on my trips walking from SJPP to Burgos that would be preferred. I envy all of you guys that get to do this start to finish and I appreciate all the advice I get on this great forum!
You might like to check out this recent thread on albergues on the Meseta: https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/the-meseta.54825/#post-613664
 

scruffy1

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Holy Year from Pamplona 2010, SJPP 2011, Lisbon 2012, Le Puy 2013, Vezelay (partial watch this space!) 2014; 2015 Toulouse-Puenta la Reina (Arles)
Two recommendations, 1) not an albergue but La Taberna, Castrojeriz as appearing in the book of Hape Kerkeling "Well I'm Off Then" as well as ...ah...well...that is... connections with the Camino done byShirley MacLain. Neither book is inspired but the place also has rooms. 2) My favorite albergue located just before Fromista say 5k is En El Camino in the village of Boadilla. It's family run, they not only did my laundry (brave souls) I got it back neatly folded! When asked, "Will you be eating with us?" the correct answer is YES!
 
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Peligro

I walk between cafe breaks
Past OR future Camino
St. Jean to SdC the slow way (Aug'15, Aug'17, Jan'18, Aug'18, Jan'19, Jul'19) Primitivo (May'20)
Thanks - I'm all set in San Bol and Boadilla!
 

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