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#1
I have been trying to find Cicerone's Guide to the Via Francigena - Part 1 - Canterbury to St. Bernard Pass and have yet to be successful. I have looked for new and used but nothing. Had no problem finding part 2 though - St. Bernard Pass to Rome. Does anyone have any ideas as to where I can look that I may have not tried already. Secondly, I have looked at the LIghtfoot Guide but still not successful there. I have come across the Lightfoot Companion. Have any of you used this and would you recommend it as a good source for tracking your route from Canterbury to St. Bernard Pass - i.e., enough details on the route, accommodations along the way, elevations, etc. Thanks for any help you can provide.
 
#5
Good day all. I finally ended up speaking directly with customer service at Cicerone. Although Part 1 and Part 2 are still available in ebooks, they have are no longer printing Part 1 in paperback as they feel there have been a number of changes that are not reflected in the guide since their last printing. From what I understand, they are looking at printing an updated version but I could not nail them down to specific time frame. Incidentally, people at Cicerone extremely helpful if you ever have a need to email them. Thanks for you help everyone. I did eventually end up going with the Lightfoot guides.
 
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