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Daily plan for walk and some questions

Ajda

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Hola!

I need your help (again).

Once I saw on the forum daily plan for walk (picture or more like diagram). I was looking for something like that on forum and on net, but i have no luck with it. I guess is also because my "not-the-best" english. I will appreciate if you help me find this diagram.

And now question.
Which alberg you recommend to stay in in Santiago?
I was thinking that would be a good idea to book accommodation.
Especially because I will most likely come to Santiago in the end of the day. And i don't want to stay in hotels (my budget is limited).

Thanks for your help.
 
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KiwiNomad06

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Ajda said:
Once I saw on the forum daily plan for walk (picture or more like diagram). I was looking for something like that on forum and on net, but i have no luck with it. I guess is also because my "not-the-best" english. I will appreciate if you help me find this diagram.

Ajda,
Maybe this is the Camino planner you had seen before? http://www.godesalco.com/plan

If your budget is limited, one of the cheapest options for Santiago is actually to stay in the Monte de Gozo abergue. They let you stay three nights there. We stayed there the night before we walked into Santiago, and walked into Santiago with daypacks only. At the end of the day, we returned by bus to Monte de Gozo. (Directions for the bus were at the albergue.)
Margaret
 

gittiharre

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Hi I suggest you get the John Brierley guidebook, it has fantastic daily plans including elevations and breakdown of road, path, etc conditions as well as accommodation and cultural and historical info. I stayed at Hostal Suzo in Santiago in June 2006 and paid 23 or so Euro for a tiny single room with ensuite. I loved the place, it was right next to the visitors bureau and a short walk to the cathedral. I stayed in hostels and albuerges all the way and the 2 nights in Santiage were a little luxury. I did the Camino on 30 Euros per day then, including accomm, food, wine, beer, incidentals like pharmaceutical items etc. Hope that helps, love, Gitti
 
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Ajda

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Hola!
Thank you all for help.

I'll have a lack of time. I'll have only 29 days for walk. And i'm not sure if i can made it in 29 days. So I'm thinking that i will walk all day last day (if all will be OK, of course) and come to Santiago in the evening. And next day just go to airport (have flight at 11.00). So, Monte de Gozo is not the best options.

Thanks for advice about Hostal del Sale. it didnt want to open this website, so i need to try on another computer (better, of course).

KiwiNomad06, yes, this is the planner that i looking for. Thank you very much.

JohnnieWalker, is it possible to buy this The guide to the Camino Frances in SJPDP?
 

Ajda

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JohnnieWalker said:
Alas I don't think so. E mail or call the CSJ straightaway and they may be able to get one to you before you go. See what they say...


Thank you. I'll send an email right now.
 
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Ajda

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crackmrmac said:
Hostal del Sale. it didnt want to open this website, so i need to try on another computer

That's because I typed incorrectly! falcon269 has correct link above. Must go back and edit my post.


Well... it was my comp. :roll:
I clicked on Falcon269's link, but didn't see much :evil: :)
 

KiwiNomad06

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Ajda, I think it might have something to do with their website design as well. I couldn't bring up the English site, despite their flag. And I had to 'click' in an odd kind of way to bring up each of the pages in Spanish.
Margaret
 

Ajda

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KiwiNomad06 said:
Ajda, I think it might have something to do with their website design as well. I couldn't bring up the English site, despite their flag. And I had to 'click' in an odd kind of way to bring up each of the pages in Spanish.
Margaret

Hey, Margaret.
It' true what you said. I change a comp. But it still didin't work. Not even pages in Spain.

Oh, well...
 
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