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I hope that you are enjoying Castrojeriz. I have fond memories of it as I ended up hurt there last Fall and I found some friendly and helpful people there including the hospitalero at La Cosa Nostra, a private albergue, and the people at a hotel a few doors down , Hotel La Cachava, who made a fine pilgrim's menu and varied it for someone who was around for a couple of evenings resting.

I like that blog & can also give a thumbs up to Casa Nostra. I was right behind the last person he took & he was about to say he was "complete," but offered to let me stay in one of the rooms he hadn't worked on yet. There was a bed (a real bed!!!) in there, plus a couple of mattresses on the floor. I thought it was great. :) It's been 2 years, so I'm sure he's worked on that room by now. :) And the bar down the street from him serves up a great meal.



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hi Sil
go well, met someone you know from South Africa (something fairy) maybe from durban,nice women.
realy hot at the moment but thunder and lightning forcast for the next few days.

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