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maya_m  
#121 Posted : Wednesday, July 13, 2011 1:04:22 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the comment!

How much money Something like 5000-6000 NIS per the story sounds feasible?
From what I read in itself costs should be higher, but just very expensive flights.

Walking with a backpack of course, difficulty-easy/medium is desired but for views I'm willing to make an effort too.

How much prettier? If departing from France, where most comfortable to fly?
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#122 Posted : Wednesday, July 13, 2011 2:24:33 PM(UTC)
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Expenses:

Accommodation in hostels-France 10-12 euro, Spain 0-10 euro per night without food.

France-restaurants-of course without limitation. You can buy food and cook in hostels = depends on budget and quality. In Spain it is hard to cook in hostels due to small kitchens and kitchen, meals for holes 7-9 Euro price for a big meal in the evening, eating during the day, according to the budget.

-Find a flight

To fly to France-Lyon from Toulouse. I.e. combining destinations from Europe.

Spain-to-Madrid flight back from Santiago to Madrid and back.

5000 6000 NIS 20 a day including all sounds plausible, and it's not much for 20 days.

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#123 Posted : Wednesday, July 13, 2011 9:48:43 PM(UTC)
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Thank you very much!
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#124 Posted : Thursday, July 14, 2011 5:25:52 PM(UTC)
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I just got off the phone with, our representative on the Camino, is today in ponprda, all happy and everything fades so great, people, experiences, and she sends warm regards to all.
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#125 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 2:25:17 PM(UTC)
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Hello
I think to do the Camino de Santiago, or at least parts of it between mid-September and mid-October, wanted to know what parts do you recommend in this period.

And suppose I want to combine Spain and France to say in Toulouse and end somewhere on the Camino in Spain (return flight from Barcelona, say), does that sound reasonable? Reservations are recommended?

Thank you!
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#126 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 3:12:05 PM(UTC)
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I recommend the French word pavii LE PUY EN VALLEY up to Pamplona.

Or the whole Spanish Pamplona to Santiago.

Are you suggesting that not starting from Toulouse, but Northwest of La, go until the middle of Spain is not the most beautiful.

A few days tended to walk?

If you plan to do the whole pavii dress as f'd up Santiago divides into two parts, i.e. leave something for next year. The best. In this case the French now and next time out.

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#127 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 3:45:14 PM(UTC)
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Around 25 days.
Where the weather is better these past few months?

Do you have any site with details on the French part of the track, I'm now finds mainly on his Spanish.
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#128 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 3:50:04 PM(UTC)
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The better known as French or GR65 ST JAMES PILGRIMAGE

In France-weather cooler, more rainy days, slightly more expensive (a few euros to spend, more expensive food), Habib, more varied, less crowded, better quality, better French food, cooking myself.

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#129 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 4:51:01 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the reply,
And some questions about the GR65.
It also has Motels along the way? (I didn't want to be carried with a tent and food).
If I understand it correctly makes the most sense to fly to Leon to start la Foy and if Toulouse flight back from making any sense?

If you have tips on track I'd love to hear it.
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#130 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 5:12:14 PM(UTC)
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Hostels, no problem at all.

Leon round-trip course, Toulouse back definitely.

To start from LE PUY, and reaching as possible – a great idea.

Flight to Lyon, a train from there to LE PUY via ST. ETTIENE, in September there is no problem of nights, no need to book. Get yourself in MIAM MIAM manual mail DODO gives you everything on the trail in France.

To have him guide Spain. All in French.

To France directory of FFRP GR65 maps, know

Tips? Not for 25 miles per day. To eat well, wine, good company, when nights in villages or private farms and urban Inns (which isn't bad), as those sassy food name rea.

If you have budget-enjoy. Although buying food and cooking in this society a great experience. I'm already jealous even walked this path.

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#131 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 5:37:21 PM(UTC)
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I plan to go to the March area baseball

I am testing a few possible paths. I'm torn between the classic French which through pmpmlona and other paths like so-called "northern route" along the coast.

Are you familiar with the less well-known?

Would love if you could send me relevant material on the Camino. I saw that sent some surfers.

Thank you very much.

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#132 Posted : Monday, August 1, 2011 6:38:01 PM(UTC)
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The CAMINO DEL NORTE: tspnvi up 95% mostly asphalt, less and less distance between hostels, hostels, less busy.

The relevant material is general maps of the route and list.

In March the track problematic part of mountain passes closed because of snow, rain, cold, and many hostels. But there are quite a few who choose to go in winter, more special, more challenging, less busy, much deeper experience. Read here:

Http://www.caminodesantiago.me/board/el-camino-del-norte,

You can also read about all relevant routes to Camino. If you haven't done at all-the first classic.

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#133 Posted : Tuesday, August 9, 2011 12:04:52 AM(UTC)
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Ma and Hello, Forum members

My daughter and I are going to do the "Camino" closed to Barcelona flight date 18/9/2011 and back on September 16, 2010/2011 and return flight from Santiago to Barcelona.

We are interested to start in Geneva whereby de port and end in Finisterre.

Friends, which parts?

All material/suggestions/ideas to help us prepare bless

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#134 Posted : Tuesday, August 9, 2011 1:14:09 PM(UTC)
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If you fit-start from ST. JEAN, if not-Pamplona, passed by on the way to the so-called "msta" flat part No. About organizing = write here a lot.

You can call me 0522

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#135 Posted : Wednesday, August 10, 2011 12:14:45 PM(UTC)
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Thank you.

Our plan anyway we should download in about 70 to 100 km I guess we get decisions over Camino appreciate if you send me.

Again, thank you and good day.

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#136 Posted : Wednesday, August 10, 2011 12:52:01 PM(UTC)
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Skip the Pyrenees. Start from Pamplona. Anyway it's not to get from Barcelona to ST. JEAN. If a cloudy weather all not crossing. And a lot of asphalt.

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#137 Posted : Monday, August 15, 2011 9:36:15 AM(UTC)
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I returned three days ago from France but before that did most of the route of the Camino. Ma described the social experience baseball, Yes, this is a wonderful experience of collaboration with partners, the trail is not difficult, interesting and refreshing to the spirit.


Strongly recommends.


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#138 Posted : Sunday, August 28, 2011 9:23:18 PM(UTC)
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Adekunle and Hello, Forum members

First of all, it's fun to discover this forum! I found it quite by chance:)
I'm going with a friend to Camino 20/9 to 20/10/11
I read many tips on which portions of the Camino should skip, think I know what essential rain gear and must not give up on him and if I should take a tent in case we get stuck without a place to stay.
If there are maps you can get – I would love!

Thanks in advance
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#139 Posted : Sunday, August 28, 2011 11:22:02 PM(UTC)
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Where land-

According to the dates I suggest you start at Pamplona or few days out West to do for once without hops, skip not recommend that contact with people until you create them, if tadlgo is the link which is a shame. The fellowship is one of the exciting things for.

Don't have a tent, at this time no problem.

Need clothing for storm, or buy a poncho for moves, it depends if you have time before the path. You'll have to get a passport in the first city that pilgrims arrive.

Maps on the way. With more material.

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#140 Posted : Tuesday, September 20, 2011 8:10:55 PM(UTC)
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Hello! I drive approximately 10 days-10.10.11 to Camino.
I am looking for a walk and non-isolated (out only)
As Greece had insiders thought to ask, are there recommendations for this route and where should I start or where you should land.
I was thinking to start from Leon and continue westward, but I'm not fixated on the idea.

Also if anyone wants to join, I would like to receive an email.

Thank you.
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