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Old Hillwalker

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I have attempted to get this translated to no avail. Can anyone help?

My interest lies in the fact that I am planning to walk this Camino starting in early may 2011.
 

trecile

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It is too bad that the Facebook post didn't give a source for the article.
I agree

It's basically just an article with information and history about the route, and talks about a group of 50 from León who walked it together. This particular group has done many hikes and other walks together.
 
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C clearly

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My interest lies in the fact that I am planning to walk this Camino starting in early may 2011.
I'm not sure which year you are planning to walk :D, but there are quite a few informative threads in this same section of the forum. Also here is a short article that Ivar posted in June 2021 - you should be able to translate this one with Chrome or a translation app.
 

Old Hillwalker

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I'm planning to walk it this coming Spring. I will be flying in to Madrid and then taking a bus to Salamanca to spend three or four days in the city, visiting museums and touring Arapiles battlefields of 1812. I should leave on the Torres path about May 5th. I have been studying many of the recommended resources including the University of Salamanca's website about the Torres Camino. which I find very helpful and informative.

The header of the article taken from a Facebook Group "Camino Torres" stated they they have departed Salamanca on Saturday, 22 January 2022. Given the size and apparent paucity of Albergues along the way should make it interesting for them
 

C clearly

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Given the size and apparent paucity of Albergues along the way should make it interesting for them
Since this group appears to be a group whose purpose is to promote this very route, I expect they have figured this out.

It will be interesting to follow them along and see if they publish more information on their accommodation and the status of the facilities en route.
 

Christine Leneghan

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I'm planning to walk it this coming Spring. I will be flying in to Madrid and then taking a bus to Salamanca to spend three or four days in the city, visiting museums and touring Arapiles battlefields of 1812. I should leave on the Torres path about May 5th. I have been studying many of the recommended resources including the University of Salamanca's website about the Torres Camino. which I find very helpful and informative.

The header of the article taken from a Facebook Group "Camino Torres" stated they they have departed Salamanca on Saturday, 22 January 2022. Given the size and apparent paucity of Albergues along the way should make it interesting for them
I think they’re referring to your typo.
 
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mazzarina

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It says in the article that they're a walking group (from Leon) who have done lots of different routes, including most recently the Camino Frances. They finished that in December and found out about this one by chance. They're doing the C. Torres bit by bit: two stages per month. So I imagine they're travelling to their start point by minibus or similar and getting picked up at the end of each day.
 
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pelerine

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......of which the official original site is by far the more interesting one with much more information, historical and practical - description of the stages, gps tracks, accommodation and lots of photos to wet your appetite - plus a number of “relatos” which tell the experience of some of those who have walked this camino.
 

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