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…travel plans going forward…another visit to my favorite city?

I long to hike the Camino de Santiago…Thinking of going in late August/early September when it won’t be so crowded…

Oh, I decided to “reawaken” my blog, so my Vermont/Brooklyn friends, Lynne and Lisa, and their partners and “pelligrinos” can enjoy the tour…. 593 more words


Via Francigena: Vetralla to Capranica

The Via Francigena, from Vetralla to Sutri.

Via Francigena: Vetralla to Capranica. Hiked Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014.

This short, quiet and peaceful section features a stroll on dirt paths through forests and fields of acorn trees while paralleling the busy Via Cassia. 878 more words

Ramblin' Andy

Via Francigena

An ancient pilgrimage route from Canterbury, England, to Rome, the Via Francigena is 1,700 kilometers long and runs through England, France and Switzerland. The Italian portion of the trail winds from Valle D’Aosta through Piedmont, along the coast of the Ligurian Sea from to Massa to Lucca, across the Tuscan hills and through Siena, and finally around the lakes of Lazio before entering Rome. 87 more words

Long-distance Hikes