The route of the Camino de Santiago through Spain is lined with albergues–cheap lodging for the pilgrims that provide a simple bed, a shower, and a place to wash your sweat-soaked clothes. The accommodations vary in comfort level, but one thing is constant: all pilgrims must leave their dirty shoes and walking sticks at the door to avoid tracking the mess into the dorms any more than necessary.
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Camino de Santiago, Boots and Sticks at the Albergue
By Tom Bartel on February 24, 2013 in Daily Photo, Europe, Photo of the Day, Spain, Unesco World Heritage Sites