- Camino(s) past & future
- Planning to walk June "2017"
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It happens! Lots of hours are somewhat theoretical in Spain. It might be personal reasons or a longer shutdown.I’ve see the Museum talked about on YouTube and how people got there to find it was closed when the guide book said it should be open, here are it’s opening hours in Astorga....
That's symptomatic in Europe I think.And there is also the claim to fame of the birth place of chocolate production in Europe for Bayonne and Biarritz in France.
The history of chocolate in Bayonne is really interesting: https://www.timesofisrael.com/france-thanks-sephardi-jews-for-chocolate-500-years-too-late/And there is also the claim to fame of the birth place of chocolate production in Europe for Bayonne and Biarritz in France.
Sorry to hear that Andrea, it is fairly well signposted to the street but must admit no great signage announcing you’ve arrived. It was far down the street on the right hand side at a bend in the road. Apparently it used to be closure into the city centre. There was a plaque on a pillar that could easily be missed and no other signage that I noticed to say we had arrived. Buen Camino...I walked up and down that street and couldn't find the museum. I guess I'll have to walk another Camino to go see it.
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