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Escrevo neste forum para anunciar que existe, desde 25 Julho de 2004, um Albergue de Peregrinos no Caminho Português.
Fica em S. Pedro de Rates, 34 kilometros acima do Porto.
Para mais informações visitem a Página Web:

http://www.albergue-rates.web.pt



Bom Caminho

I'm writting in this forum to announce that, since 25 of July 2004, exists in S. Pedro de Rates, Portuguese Way (Camino Portugues) a Pilgrim Refugee, 34 Km up Oporto.

You could get more informations visiting the webpage:

http://www.albergue-rates.web.pt


"Bom Caminho"


Cumprimentos/Best regards,

Nuno Ribeiro
 
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aluso

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Ola Nuno,

vou fazer em meio de Março o Caminho Portugues e necessito de toda a informaçao extra-internet que possa conseguir.

Se tiveres alguma indicaçao util para me dar por favor escreve-me para aluso75@gmail.com

Obrigado.

Buen Camino !
 

bente

New Member
Dear Nuno
Just got the info through the 2007 update on John Brierley's excellent guide to the Camino Portuguése:
"A credencial is also now available from the Albergue in
Rates where the energetic Nuno Ribeiro may offer the ancient mystical
Queimada experience as a welcoming ritual."
Look forward to seeing around June 10th you to find out more about your ritual!!
:D Bente
 

Ulysse

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Hello Bente,

Glad to see you decided to join this forum. You have experiences to share and you can help others. You can also sing us a song if you wish... :wink:

I have decided to walk from Lisbon to Santiago in April 2008 (such a long wait); I hope you have a nice time on the Camino Portugès and I will surely ask you for advice once you return.
 
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bente

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Ulysse said:
Hello Bente,

Glad to see you decided to join this forum. You have experiences to share and you can help others. You can also sing us a song if you wish... :wink:

I have decided to walk from Lisbon to Santiago in April 2008 (such a long wait); I hope you have a nice time on the Camino Portugès and I will surely ask you for advice once you return.

I'll be happy to share my experiences with you all. But it is obvious that I need to learn to use this Forum a little bit better. Meanwhile I sure will sing a song or two and send you all my kindest thoughts.
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