App For The Vezelay Route


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Mimi Vance

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
2017 - Via Turonensis I hope to start in Chartres
#1
Does any one out there know of an app for android for the Vezelay route?
 

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Purky

The Dutch guy
Camino(s) past & future
Breda (Holland) to Santiago (2016)
Camino Ingles (2017)
#3
No app that I know of, but the Miam Miam Dodo guide mspath linked will be more than sufficient. If you're nervous about it being French, you can also turn to the Vézelay guide published by the Dutch Association of Saint James which is also available in English (and updated as of january 2017).
Note that there are two guides. One with the variant Nevers and the other with the route through Bourges. Plenty of accommodation listings and other helpful information. Also smaller and lighter than Miam Miam Dodo;).

https://www.santiago.nl/english/vezelay-main-page
 

Mimi Vance

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
2017 - Via Turonensis I hope to start in Chartres
#4
No app that I know of, but the Miam Miam Dodo guide mspath linked will be more than sufficient. If you're nervous about it being French, you can also turn to the Vézelay guide published by the Dutch Association of Saint James which is also available in English (and updated as of january 2017).
Note that there are two guides. One with the variant Nevers and the other with the route through Bourges. Plenty of accommodation listings and other helpful information. Also smaller and lighter than Miam Miam Dodo;).

https://www.santiago.nl/english/vezelay-main-page
Hi Purky, thank you for the advice, I have the Miam Miam Dodo guide, please can you explain what you mean by mspath linked. I also have the Dutch Association Guide. I guess I am concerned about the ease of finding accommodation on the route as I have never walked this way before. Mimi :)
 

Mimi Vance

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
2017 - Via Turonensis I hope to start in Chartres
#5
No app that I know of, but the Miam Miam Dodo guide mspath linked will be more than sufficient. If you're nervous about it being French, you can also turn to the Vézelay guide published by the Dutch Association of Saint James which is also available in English (and updated as of january 2017).
Note that there are two guides. One with the variant Nevers and the other with the route through Bourges. Plenty of accommodation listings and other helpful information. Also smaller and lighter than Miam Miam Dodo;).

https://www.santiago.nl/english/vezelay-main-page
Hi Purky, I have just relised who mspath is!!! Sorry for the silly question!! :)
 

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Purky

The Dutch guy
Camino(s) past & future
Breda (Holland) to Santiago (2016)
Camino Ingles (2017)
#6
I guess I am concerned about the ease of finding accommodation
You have both guides, so you'll be fine. I found that the people providing a place to sleep in France are mostly well aware of accommodation ahead and more than willing to offer advice or make a call for a reservation the next day.
 

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