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Digital Copy of Millán Bravo Lozano's "The Pilgrims' Road to Santiago"?

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2022
Hello
I'm about to embark on my first Camino. Does anyone have a scanned/digital copy Millán Bravo Lozano's "The Pilgrims' Road to Santiago"? I've been able to find digital copies of other books and would like to include this one on my walk. I enjoy reading about the area I'll be walking through the next day but this one is fairly hefty. Thanks
 
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Jeff Crawley

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A "Tourigrino" trip once Covid has passed, so 2023
Hello
I'm about to embark on my first Camino. Does anyone have a scanned/digital copy Millán Bravo Lozano's "The Pilgrims' Road to Santiago"? I've been able to find digital copies of other books and would like to include this one on my walk. I enjoy reading about the area I'll be walking through the next day but this one is fairly hefty. Thanks
Sadly no, I do have a copy of the 8th edition (purchased in Astorga in 2002) but never carried it with me on Camino.
Have just flicked through it, waves of nostalgia on every page. So much has stayed the same, so much has changed: the Calle Real in Rabanal shows up as two stony ruts with grass growing in the middle.
Good luck on your Camino.
 
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2022
I have a hardcopy from 1999 that I'm enjoying reading through while planning. I don't want to carry it but I'm pretty high on the nerd scale (my first career was as a planner) and I'm considering scanning the parts that relate to the Camino Francés-- roughly 180 pages. Just curious if someone already did so.

Otherwise, I'm might end up learning exactly how high on the nerd scale I really am...
 
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I don't think anyone could make that pay. It is an artifact of a long-ago world! (I used it on my first camino)
Looking through it yesterday reminded me of how sparse the support infrastructure used to be even just 20 years ago.
I followed it on my first Camino in 2001, that's to say somebody walking it at the same time as me was discarding the pages as they went along - a cruel fate for any book - so I could see where I had been that day but not where I would be going the next.
 

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Francés x 5, Le Puy x 2, Arles, Tours, Norte, Madrid, Via de la Plata, Portuguese, Primitivo
Looking through it yesterday reminded me of how sparse the support infrastructure used to be even just 20 years ago.
I followed it on my first Camino in 2001, that's to say somebody walking it at the same time as me was discarding the pages as they went along - a cruel fate for any book - so I could see where I had been that day but not where I would be going the next.
That might have been the couple with whom I started the Camino in 2001. They had a copy and discarded pages as they went. It was in spring.
 
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I have two hard copies used camino number one in 2001.

Spain’s Office of Tourism on 53RD and 5TH gave them to would be pilgrims free of charge. Mom received hers at SOT in Beverly Hills.

Look at it all the time.
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I had to read the above a few times. Then I realised that addresses in USA go by numbers/coordinated with junctions. I was wondering how you managed 53 caminos in your short life... Abbreviations befuddle my brain!
 
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Caminho Português da Costa (Fall 2018)
Looking through it yesterday reminded me of how sparse the support infrastructure used to be even just 20 years ago.
I followed it on my first Camino in 2001, that's to say somebody walking it at the same time as me was discarding the pages as they went along - a cruel fate for any book - so I could see where I had been that day but not where I would be going the next.
Entitled "pilgrims?" Trashing the countryside as they went?
 
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