Tag: Italy

Mary Bryant: Four Cheeks to the Wind

I wandered into Waterstones this afternoon as I often do and trawled my eyes across the Travel section books (the only section of the bookshop where I can say “yes, I’ve read that one, and that one, and that one too… don’t fancy that one… oh, I wonder […]

Australia calling

I forwarded Jean-Marie’s detailed maps to my two contacts in Australia and received the following replies: AndrewI only have a brief minute to reply, but thank you ever so much for these maps!!!! Outstanding details!!! I’ll reply in more details shortly. As we are overdue some enthusiastic conversation […]

Brussels to Aosta on the EuroVelo 5

Jean-Marie Vion has come up trumps with the map that you can find in the previous post. He writes: Bonjour Andrew,Voici l’itinéraire qui à été fait pour une de mes connaissance pour le trajet Bruxelles – Aoste (Italie). Peut-être intéressant pour toi.Jean-Marie Indeed it is Jean-Marie! Thanks. I’ll […]

EuroVélo 5: edited to the essentials

The following are the key details from the ECF EuroVélo map about EV5 with identified cycle routes in red, linked to sources of information on the net:England (180 km)Reading to London – NCN 4London to Canterbury to Dover – NCN 1Northern France (140 km)CalaisCanal de Calais to Saint […]

ECF EuroVélo Map

I do actually know more about the route of the EuroVélo 5 than I thought: I have just dug out the ECF EuroVélo map itself and on the back is the following route description. “This is another pilgrim route, also called Via Romea Francigena leading from Canterbury to […]