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Convento San Anton Alburgue

rachelvi

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My husband and I will be doing the camino starting in Burgos. If the legs are holding up, we would like to stay at the Convento de San Anton Alburgue. I cannot find much information on this place other than that several people have said that they enjoyed it. I know that it is rustic and with no electricity or hot water, but what is the food situation?

Is there a pilgrim meal at the alburgue, or should we plan on picking up provisions for dinner in Hontanas? Is there a breakfast at San Anton or should we plan on having our own breakfast or waiting until we reach the next bar?

Thank you for your help!
 
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They will probably feed you at San Anton, a family style meal is what we were served. However, if you have food to share, dinner will be even better :) Things like pasta, tuna, or eggs might go into a nice casserole type dish.
 
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