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Packing Tips? Must see spots? Food? Friendly locals? Difficulty of this particular leg of the Camino? Pictures? Best story? Worst nightmare?

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    I suggest contacting the Confraternity of St James in London for details since each route is different. They try to keep current. about 1 year ago

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    I walked the Camino Frances in the fall of 2014. I met pilgrims who were interested in the
    Camino Primitivo but all had been 'advised' that there were few albergues or pilgrim hostels to stay in. Pre-planning and a list of available pilgrim hostels would be a must (I think) if one was attempting this route. I also heard that the route was quite strenuous because of the high elevations and lack of signs and camino markers. about 1 year ago

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