02.10.- Canteen

In the more important villages, the parish headwaters and in the inns or houses located on the edge of the royal roads, taverns were set up offering the public drinks, pork foods and products that were not manufactured in the houses, such as preserves, biscuits and sweets, writing and smoking paper, candles and lanterns for lighting, matches and, in some cases, tobacco. Hospitality was the norm in the canteens and it was not uncommon for the passing stranger to share their own food cooked for the house.