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Walking from Sarria to Santiago

soollung2

New Member
Hello ^^
Nice to meet you all, friends.

I am Korean and I start my journey in 5 days from Sarria in Spain.

Most of you know, it is crazy to walk in stormy weather, but I would like to do this.

Please, if you know the answers of few questions, let me know...

Firstly, I will arrive at Madrid and take a coarch to Ponferrada.
after that, I will stay over the night and take a bus to go
Sarria, but I don't know where I am able to take the bus.
I will appreciate if you give information.

Also, if you know any danger or risk during this journey in the weather, please, let me know ^^

Thank you.
 
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alexwalker

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When in Ponferrada, go to the municipal albergue (I believe they are open): I am sure they can provide you with everything you need.
 

Arn

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Soolung,

The Refugio in Ponferrada:

Description: It is open from 14:00 to 22:30 h Address: Calle de la Loma, s/n Ponferrada (León)
Contact: (987) 413 381 Miguel Ángel
Email: peregrinosflue@terra.es
Availability: It is open all the year
Prize: As much as one likes (Donativo)
Seats: 186 seats in bunk beds

You will have no problem with transportation, either by bus or train to Sarria.

Buen Camino,

Arn
 

Javier Martin

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alexwalker said:
When in Ponferrada, go to the municipal albergue (I believe they are open): I am sure they can provide you with everything you need.

Absolutely sure they are opened.

Buen Camino,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
 

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