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kmccue

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2015
I used a great website that showed all the stages for Le Puy. It was NOT godelsaco...but it had a funny name. I need it, and I can't remember what it was? It had the stages and a good list of accomodations in each city
 

SabineP

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I used a great website that showed all the stages for Le Puy. It was NOT godelsaco...but it had a funny name. I need it, and I can't remember what it was? It had the stages and a good list of accomodations in each city

I guess you are referring to the Miam Miam Dodo? :)

 

N_Derbas

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Camino(s) past & future
French Route
So glad I found this post .......... what a beauty of a website! Thank you for posting :)
 

Kanga

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Welcome to the forum @N_Derbas - there is a wealth of information here, and lots of helpful people. Buen Camino!
 

lt56ny

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CF(2012) Le Puy/CF (2015) Portugues (2017) Norte (2018) CF (2019) VDLP?
After walking this Camino with just a Michelin guide and some handouts from the Pilgrim office I would make one very strong recommendation. Even if you can't speak French, (I can't) get the Miam Miam Dodo guide. I don't need to get into a long explanation why but trust me you will be glad you did. I got my credential in the Pilgrim office in Paris and they sold it there as well as in Le Puy. Please buy it.
 

gittiharre

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CF Austria Czech Le Puy Geneva RLS V. Jacobi V. Regia V. Baltica/Scandinavica Porto Muxia
I used a great website that showed all the stages for Le Puy. It was NOT godelsaco...but it had a funny name. I need it, and I can't remember what it was? It had the stages and a good list of accomodations in each city
www.chemindecompostelle.com
Oops, someone mentioned it already...
 

Teresa Yoon

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I went to camino Franch way in 2012, and I am planning to go Portuguese way in May, 2016 to Camino - Finisterre - Muxia.
I walked Le Puy to Santiago in 2018 Spring. I used Gronze.com and Miam Miam Dodo. Miam Miam Dodo was very helpful. When I looked for the lodging, I looked for the Gite (they called albergue in France) Miam Miam Dodo indicated the Gite with British flag that mean someone able to speak English there, and the which gite can provide meals, etc. When I walked in the country site, there's not many restaurant/cafe were available; especially on May 1st, most of restaurants were closed, so I had a hard time on that day.
I purchased my credential at the gift shop in the Cathedral in Le Puy. If you arrive in Le Puy late, you can buy that on your way out after the pilgrim Mass at 6:00 AM. The gift shop open after the Mass at the Cathedral.
 

AlwynWellington

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please see signature
Please buy it.
@it56ny is referring to Miam Miam Dodo.

It is a most valuable resource to use when planning. I bought one and scanned (for my personal use only) the maps and gite listings.

But I most definitely was not putting it my pack: way to heavy.

And funnily enough I did not refer to the scanned material, except late on day three. The scale of the Miam Miam Dodo map as printed did not help me decide whether I veered ever so slightly right or just a bit more right than that. Another pilgrim was having a pause nearby: she took out her Michelin "Chemin a Compostelle" and was ably to clearly point out the way ahead.

Reached Nasbinals about an houre later and purchased a Michelin straight away. In four years it is still my goto for reference and rememberance.

@kmccue , kia kaha (take care, be strong, get going)
 
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Francés : Sarria-Santiago (2013)
Via Podiensis : (2014-17)
Via Tolosana : Arles-Toulouse-(2018-19)
I used a great website that showed all the stages for Le Puy. It was NOT godelsaco...but it had a funny name. I need it, and I can't remember what it was? It had the stages and a good list of accomodations in each city
I use this one [my favorite] and Gronze (which is often more up-to-date : http://www.chemindecompostelle.com/Selection/CarteFrance.html

Also, there's a great FB group for the Via Podiensis with input from many people who have walked the route : https://www.facebook.com/groups/ViaPodiensis/
 
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Tandem Graham

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Bike: Mont St Michel-SdC. Budapest-Vezelay. Alicante-Burgos
Walk: Le Puy-SJPdP. Dax-(CF)-SdC.
Another vote for the Miam Miam Dodo guide, mainly for the whimsical cultural and historical insights and the up to date accommodation lists. But like Alwyn, I found the maps better on the skinny Michelin guide.
 

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