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Maybe i am just showing my lack of work and ignorance! I thought the EV5 went through St Bernard Pass, and that you were being a purist about the Via Francigena? I am not sure I will swing over to Brussels. Oh I have so much thinking to do!!!
I am glad, because the more direct route fits better with my timings, so I thought I wasn’t going to be able to make use of all your work, and have to do my own! I look forward to the detailed plan!!
I’m going to disagree with you again here Chris, sorry! Isn’t the Via Francigena a very direct route? Certainly more direct than the EV5…. Discuss!
You’ve ditched St Bernard then? St Gothard it is!!
It’s the purest in me Chris – it’s in the “official” description of the Eurovelo 5 route so I want to stick to it 🙂