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Hi. What is the name of the French book listing albergues along the Camino Frances? Where can I buy it in SJPP?

Thanks in advance.
Maybe you're looking for the "Camino Francés" edition of "miam miam dodo?" It should be available in the little outdoor store just down the road from the pilgrim's office.


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The shop suggested in post #2 above is
Boutique du Pelerin -
32 Rue de la Citadelle,
64220 Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port.
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Thanks. I plan to arrive in SJPP a week Wednesday.

I would go online and order the book so if they have it they can set one aside for you.

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