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Luggage transfer in November Camino Norte

JenWoodside

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Does anyone have advice of a company/person who can transfer our bags every day? We start the Camino Norte on Oct 28 for 2 weeks, heading to Santander. The Post Office stops their service in late Oct. Any advice? Thanks, Jen
 
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JenWoodside,

If you have a reservation for your first night you might contact that host by email and ask about local taxi service transfering your luggage.

November 1, All Saints' Day, is a holiday observed in both France (Toussaint) and Spain (Día de todos los Santos). Special masses are held. Many families travel during this time to pay homage to their dead relatives. Hence roads and transport may be extra busy. Most businesses and services, but not all, will be closed on this day; generally a few restaurants and bars stay open . Banks and postal services will be closed.

Thus many people will be traveling at this time and hotels will be busy.

Happy planning and Buen camino.
 
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JenWoodside

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JenWoodside,

If you have a reservation for your first night you might contact that host by email and ask about local taxi service transfering your luggage.

November 1, All Saints' Day, is a holiday observed in both France (Toussaint) and Spain (Día de todos los Santos). Special masses are held. Many families travel during this time to pay homage to their dead relatives. Hence roads and transport may be extra busy. Most businesses and services, but not all, will be closed on this day; generally a few restaurants and bars stay open . Banks and postal services will be closed.

Thus many people will be traveling at this time and hotels will be busy.

Happy planning and Buen camino.
Thank you for your advice. Very helpful suggestion and good to know about Nov 1st.
Best wishes, Jen
 

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