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    Viterbo to Rome traffic?

    Thanks I will keep this in mind Gretel
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    Viterbo to Rome traffic?

    I would not be inclined to walk the last two sections into Rome. I took the train and was glad. Too much traffic and not much to see.
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    Lucca to Rome without booking beds

    Good luck
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    Lucca to Rome without booking beds

    Accommodations are generally(in italy) In hostelsparticularly if you have the Francigena record and passport . You can get theirs by contacting Cantebury, U.K. for the “pilgrims Record and Credentials via Francigena. info@pilgrimstorome.org.uk
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    Tent query

    In Italy, Maybe with the two of you, the tent maybe easier?The monasteries are are pretty well distributed and have kitchens, showers beds etc. and cost about 15euros/pp/night I “dumped” my tent after a few days. Didn’t want to struggle with it after a days walk, and campgrounds cost more than...
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    Currently walking from Lucca to Rome

    One quick note. If you are walking North to south, do it in the Fall. You won’t get hit by the summer heat in Rome. I walked from Lausanne to Rome- Started mid Sept. landed in Rome end of Nov. the weather was perfect all of the way. I took my time and stayed over some days if I liked a town...
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    Canterbury to Rome

    I’m off from Vermont to Geneva on Sept 11. My second trip, Lausanne to Rome. Not doing France, too expensive. Will probably cross UK Lake District next year. Then probably get a wheel chair
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    Canterbury to Rome

    So, How did it go??? I am headed back to Lausanne on Sept 11, 2019 No better way to spend the Fall
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    Looking for partner(s) to walk from Canterbury to Roma

    We’re are you starting? I’m flying in to Geneva on Sept 12 and Walking from Lausanne on sept 15
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    Rome Fiumicino to Lucca

    Depends on where you are
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    Canterbury to Rome

    I walked front Lausanne to Rome. There is a great mixture of accommodations and food. Vevey Has a great stop (hostel)right on the shopping/parking area $40/night . There is a lot to see, museums( one is for gourmet foods ) in Vevey, I stayed for 3 nights. It is a beautiful stop and great place...
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    Tent query

    I walked from Lausanne to Rome, wo a tent. There are several options but, do use the via Francigena on-line daily map. Monasteries are a good bet when you get into Italy and small hotels etc(on map) are a good backup. Lodging on the route can be inexpensive. When you aren’t at at monastery It...
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    General information on walking in Italy?

    Most towns and villages are about 8 or 10 miles apart.. They have cafe’s and most have outdoor markets, fresh fruits and cheeses. There are monasteries well placed and near markets where you can get dinner goodies and small cafes for morning coffee. You can decide on stops with your online...
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    Canterbury to Rome

    I started from Lausanne ended in Rome. On The Francigena 3 mos but took my time. The Francigena has a great app with tons of info, lodging etc.
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    Walking maps /books

    Yes, The via francigena app Have fun!!!!
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    Which stages would you do if you had 20 days.

    Also all of the ancient vineyards in Switzerland
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    Which stages would you do if you had 20 days.

    Vavey Switzerland is stunning
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    Which stages would you do if you had 20 days.

    Vevay Switz if breathtaking
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    Which stages would you do if you had 20 days.

    Tusc Switzerland and Tuscany!!
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    Ros & Bob

    I will be returning in the Fall, not sure which route????? I’m trying to mix it in with some volunteer work. Have fun
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