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New Camino Francés guide

Hamilton

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This colourful & informative walking guide covers the Camino de Santiago (Camino Francés) from St Jean Pied de Port on the French side of the Pyrenees to Santiago de Compostela. The Camino is covered over 32 stages, each one includes
* a contour map of that days route
* height profiles of the day ahead
* descriptions of all towns & villages on the Camino
* accommodation in all the stops along the way
* tourist attractions
* local delicacies
* recommended equipment
* where to get your pilgrim passport & certificate
* and much much more...

To obtain a copy ...http://bit.ly/CaminoGuide

Post and title have been edited by a moderator to avoid it being deleted as pushing a commercial product
 
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Some commercial offerings are very useful to Forum members: new albergues, publications, some restaurants, cultural events, side trips, baggage service, bicycle rental and repair, and hotel rates come to my mind. They usually are posted by Forum members who have found them useful themselves, but I personally do not see the danger in having them posted by the owners. The current threads could/should be used for those businesses that want to publicize their offering, Camino related, of course, publications/DVD's, accommodations, food, and bicycle. The typical Forum member seems pretty savvy about identifying blatant commercialism, so I would favor fairly liberal posting criteria. Changing a Subject line is pretty harmless, but I am always interested in an alternative to Brierley!!!
 

JohnnieWalker

Nunca se camina solo
Hamilton - thanks for drawing this to users' attention.

These are ebooks - guides available as electronic books which can be transferred to handheld devices like e book readers such as Kindle etc. IMHO This is a really positive development. I've purchased a Kindle and I'm in love with it - I can read books, instantly download new ones and I've up loaded those guides available to download from the CSJ. At 10 oz it is remarkable.

Best wishes with the enterprise.

John
 

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