From the confraternity’s website is the programme for Saturday;12.00 Basic review of the route, its history, the way-marking and maps and guide-books by Joe Patterson 12.20 Question and answer session. What do you want to know? Clothing and footwear, terrain, accommodation, tents, climate, time of the year, expense, dogs, language, departure time of year, start point, end point, companions, etc 12.45 Specialist groups for walkers and cyclists. 13.45 Lunch break 15.00 Talk on Via Francigena
It is just down the road from Piccadilly Circus. Reports throughout the day on puglia2010.wordpress.com! Any breaking news via twitter/puglia2010. I really should get out more… Well on Saturday I am. 🙂 I might even meet some of the characters who have been in contact over the last couple of years. Believers and non-believers alike. Should be interesting.
Err… not sure why that is Chris. I will update the blog throughout the day with info from the meeting. Looking forward to it!
It seems I am not receiveing your RSS updates depsite my Outlook’s insistence that I am subscribed to you!!?
I have not receieved one since 25th Feb- any ideas?
I will be very interested to hear what you find out.
Oop! Scratch that question, your routes page makes it pretty clear what you’ll follow!
From their website http://www.pilgrimstorome.org.uk/maps-viaf.html it seems that EuroVelo 5 doesn’t follow the Via Francigena at all between Calais and the Swiss-Italian border, though it professes to. Does that line up with your understanding? Any thoughts about what you’ll follow?