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  1. RuediG

    Cammino di Assisi - Guide? and question.

    I would like to do the Cammino di Assisi, Dovadola - La Verna - Assisi (and then continue to Rome) next year. Which guide book (in English, or in Italian) has the most useful maps and accommodation information? A detail question: Do the rifugi between Dovadola and La Verna have blankets on the...
  2. Thegreyfoxfromoz

    availability of guidebooks

    I am starting the Camino in March. I've left ordering a guidebook too late given the sipping time and as I will be in Madrid for a week prior to setting out I'm wondering if the Wise pilgrim guide to the Frances route is available in Madrid in English. I wrote to the publisher but got no reply...
  3. I

    Good/new guidebooks?

    Next spring I'm planning to walk from Santiago to Finisterre and then on to Muxia, slowly, allowing time to take things in. After a look around this forum and on Amazon, I can't find much to read over the long winter ... I'm aware of the John Brierley book, which covers that route along with...
  4. K

    Advice for the VDLP

    I'm considering the VDLP in 2018. Can anyone recommend a guidebook and any advice as a result of hindsight? Also, Seville or Granada as the start point - any preferences? Thx :)
  5. Paintboy2

    Do It Yourself Guidebook

    Last year on my first Camino (CP) I was a little nervous about getting lost so I printed a rather detailed set of maps that I found on this web site: http://www.caminador.es/?page_id=117 . It seemed logical to also print my flight info and hotel reservations along with the various travel...
  6. Tamsin Grainger

    Live - Via de la Plata Tips on day 4

    Tips for VdlP: I am managing without a book but if they weren't so expensive I would suggest you get one. Times lost: 4 ie one per day. Not terrible but takes time and energy. All albergues so far fantastic: La Luz in Guilenna, municipal ones in Castilblanco, Almadén and Monesterio. When...
  7. RumAndChupacabras

    NEW or USED? Brierley 2016 Version Guide Portugués Guide

    My guidebook was stolen when I was on Camino in May 2016 at Rates. While I'm no longer on Camino, I find that I miss having the book to refer back to. I'm wondering if anyone has a new or used "A Pilgrim's Guide to Camino Portugués" mid-2016 version by John Brierley they'd like to donate or...
  8. E

    Bierley - guide book or maps?

    Hey everyone, We plan to walk camino portugues in August and I want to get a guide. We will walk with a baby so I want to have the best information about all possible albergues and other accomodation. What guide whould you suggest? I found only John Brierley but cant decide whether to buy just...
  9. Melinda Francis

    Best Alternative to Brierly for Camino Frances?

    Hi all. I have Brierly but am looking for a good alternative so I am not always following the throngs...... Thanks heaps! :)
  10. RumAndChupacabras

    Lost Lost in RUBIAES Portuguese Brierly Guide June 17, 2016

    Is there a thread for this yet? If so, please show me. My John Brierly 2016 Camino Portuguese went 'missing' at the Albergue De Peregrinos Sao Pedro De Rubiaes around the last week of May/first week of June 2016. I had personal notes in it...one of them is in the section near Rates, where I...
  11. Wild Guides

    The Edible Camino 2016-06-05

    The Edible Camino guidebook features 77 wild edible plants and mushrooms found along the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Written by pilgrims, for pilgrims, the pages are packed with detailed plant descriptions, vivid photographs, annotated sketches, nutritional/medicinal information and 50 wild...
  12. ParistoCapeCod

    New unused Miam Miam Dodo Vézelay Guidebook for Sale

    2015 edition, small spot on ends of first few pages. In French, of course, ISBN 978-2-916446-48-6 $10.00 US plus your choice of postage. Ships from 02660.
  13. ParistoCapeCod

    Free Official Primitivo Guides for download in English

    Great resources from the Xunta de Galicia. http://www.caminodesantiago.gal/en/make-plans
  14. G

    looking for a village by village guide on the Camino Francis

    Hello, I read in a thread someone commented on a guide book that discusses each village that is passed through. Since I am aware that I will not make most of Brierleys daily goals, I would like to be able to familiarize myself with a lot of the other options. Sorry, I searched for it, but...
  15. R

    Guide Book New Book - "Walking to Santiago: A How-to For The Novice Camino de Santiago Pilgrim"

    Hi all, I recently published "Walking to Santiago: A How-to For The Novice Camino de Santiago Pilgrim" in print and for Kindle on Amazon. The book covers logistical information about getting to the Camino, accommodations, dining, and other sundry details, as well as in-depth information about...
  16. geraldkelly

    Free guide to the Camino Francés 1

    Hi This is a link to my website where you can download a free guide to the Camino Francés from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Santiago and onwards to Finisterre. The information in the guide was fully updated in summer 2015. The same information is also available in Kindle and printed book format...
  17. jefferyonthecamino

    Cuadernillo del Camino de Santiago por Galicia 2015-12-08

    En este Cuadernillo encontrarás información acerca de los hitos históricos y artísticos de los distintos lugares y monumentos que puedes visitar en tu peregrinación. Encontrarás también información acerca de los personajes y monumentos históricos más relevantes. Esperamos que encuentres esta...
  18. Lucy Smev

    Camino del Norte guidebook recommendations

    Hi there, This is my first post so I hope I'm posting in the correct section! I'm planning on starting the Camino del Norte from Irun on 28th September and so far I'm finding the amount (and variability!) of information online a little overwhelming so I'd like to purchase a guidebook to help me...
  19. Dave

    Any route news?

    Hi everyone, I'm sorry to have spent so little time on this board over the last 12 months. A new job consumed a lot of my time, and walks to Jerusalem and on the Via Podiensis (the latter just finished, with a group of high schoolers) ate up the rest. Now, though, I'm excited to start focusing...
  20. AZgirl

    guidebook suggestions

    So I have been wanting more of a solitary camino and am thinking this one would be perfect. I have been reading thru some of the recent posts here in this forum and it seems there are mixed reviews of the guidebook by the Amigos in Valencia. I think I would probably be able to muddle thru the...


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