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    Default Camino de Santiago

    I watched a movie called The Way last night that I really enjoyed. I never heard of the Camino de Santiago before, but after watching the movie, I'm thinking that I might like to walk part of it. Has anybody done this? Any recomendations on sections that I should look into?

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    Way of St. James - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Camino de Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage Spain - The Way

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    Default Re: Camino de Santiago

    Looks very pretty.

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    Default Re: Camino de Santiago

    I had never heard of it also. Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: Camino de Santiago

    Hi Eddie,I'm new to the forum. I live close to one of the pilgrim routes to Santiago de Compostela in Baiona. I also have a website all about Galicia including info about the Camino/Way of St. James see Galicia Travel Guide - My Destination Galicia I suggest as you only want to do part to begin with that you do the final 100 kilometres from Sarria to Santiago which is on the French Way. This means you can still obtain the compostela certificate for completing the Way. For a detailed look at the route check out this website which is one of the best to use see Camino Ways - Your Camino in Style - CaminoWays.com I can also advise you if you want to do another route like the Portuguese Way, one of the routes is near me. Hope this helps, happy walking!

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    Default Re: Camino de Santiago

    Thank you for the links and taking the time to comment. You must live in an amazing place!!!!!

    Eddie

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    Well thank-you Eddie! Anytime, you must visit. Here's the view from my terrace!! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater with some of the local fans of My Destination Galicia

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    Default Re: Camino de Santiago

    Thanks for the link. I really like the bridges and archetecture. I "Liked" your page.

    Eddie

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