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Oysters for breakfast or lunch? Shopping in the market in Espalion before setting off for the day.

A scallop Shell hanging from a building at the start of the Camino Le Puy Route in St Jean de Pied De Port


Keeping Company with Saint Ignatius: Walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela (Paperback)

Keeping Company with Saint Ignatius: Walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela

All your questions about walking the Camino de Santiago answered - by someone who just finished!

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What Languages Do People Speak in Spain?

Essential phrases you'll find useful when traveling through Spain. Phrases in Spanish (Español) Basques (Euskara) Catalans (Català) & Galician (Gallego) that will get a nod of appreciation from the locals. Page 2.

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NoMU Reviews: A Food Lover's Pilgrimage to Santiago De Compostela by Dee Nolan

The thing about dining on the Camino is that every restaurant on the Camino caters to the tight pilgrim budget by offering a 3-course dinner menu for 10 euros: • insalata mixte (a mixed green salad with tomatoes and onions) or soup, • an entrée usually of fish or chicken or eggs with fries, • a dessert, often fruit, yogurt or a tart (tarta de Santiago, an almond tart, is common once you enter the province of Galicia and get closer to Santiago), • a carafe of house wine or a bottle of…

After you get your compostela, walk right next door. There's a gift shop that sells tubes to protect the compostelas. Only 1 Euro in Fall of 2012. UPDATE: The Pilgrim Office (which issues the compostelas) is now selling tubes for transporting them home, so please buy from them! They provide so much for so many for so little money (apologies to Winston Churchill).