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5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent pilgrim tour guide book, 28 July 2013
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Margaret Duffy (Ireland) - See all my reviews
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I recently went on a pilgrimage walk from Lausanne in Switzerland to Aosta in Italy (Via Francigena) I had booked with a tour operator who had provided me with walking notes for each day's hike. I had also purchased Alison Raju's book as well as a back up but I found her detailed notes and descriptions for each route of the walk day by day far better than the notes I had received from my tour operator.. This book gives an almost step by step directions along the way. She gives a detailed route description of every city, town, village and hamlet that you have to pass through. Her directions were clear and concise with a breakdown of each day's kilometres that was walked. I would thoroughly recommend this guide book to anyone who is interested in walking the Via Francigea, in fact do not go without it!
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4.0 out of 5 stars good publication, 11 Jan 2014
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not put it to the test yet, but a good read prior to journey and good point of reference, at a reasonable price
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5.0 out of 5 stars walkers guide, 22 Mar 2013
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This review is from: The Via Francigena Canterbury to Rome - Part 1: Canterbury to the Great St Bernard Pass (Cicerone Guides) (Kindle Edition)
If you are thinking of walking the pilgrimage to Rome from Canterbury this book is an absolute must. It is a long journey and easy to get lost but this guide is superb, covering the first part from Canterbury to St Bernard's Pass. There is information for accomodation and for buying food on the way.Tremendous work by the author.
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