Guide book?"

Jotown

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I've just purchased the Lightfoot Guide 'Canterbury to Besancon from Amazon UK,
I've also got the Alison Raju book Canterbury to The Great St Bernard Pass...

The Lightfoot guide seems to have more route finding info, and accomodation,
however I've not yet decided which I will use ( if any !)
 
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Just to follow-up, I ordered the Lightfoot guide, it is available in two versions - paper back & E book. I downloaded the E book to my Ipad immediately for half the price of paper back, and no shipping and no tax. Thanks for the lead.
 
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I used the ebook version of Lightfoots. Their maps aren't great, but I referred to it sometimes. Ask in Churches and Tourist Offices for a bed. They usually know someone ... well not always.
 
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I've just purchased the Lightfoot Guide 'Canterbury to Besancon from Amazon UK,
I've also got the Alison Raju book Canterbury to The Great St Bernard Pass...

The Lightfoot guide seems to have more route finding info, and accomodation,
however I've not yet decided which I will use ( if any !)
Guide books published before 2016 may be confusing and obsolete as the France VF, at least, has been through a makeover with changes in path. A7303BAF-0CB3-448A-9CC9-08DACFD0F586.jpeg
 
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‘Topo’ Publications has a “GR145” guide book for Calaise that is current. The series should be completed for the rest of the GR145 hopefully soon. 69AEF2BD-91F3-4F46-AADA-1E8DFFA35F51.jpeg
 
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