ACSI 2010 Campsite Guide DVD

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  1. Larrynwin

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    Just received and loaded 2010 campsite guide DVD from Vicarious Books ( dont groan please )
    First of all a good prompt service from Vicarious.
    For £11.99 incl postage you get comprehensive info on 8,600 sites throughout Europe including pics, co ordinates, camping card prices etc etc.
    Load it on the laptop and charlies your auntie. I reckon good bit of kit and I'm not on commission :thumb:
     
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    we had ours arrive last week and totaly agree great value for money and keeps him indoors quiet for hours :Rofl1:
     
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    I agree good value for money and is very easy to use:thumb:
     
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    A real bargain, no mistake.

    And I'm over my Vicarious grump now, I even pointed someone at them the other week :BigGrin:
     
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    You didn't jump Brian :BigGrin::BigGrin:
     
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    I really look forward to a post by Brian especially if I am feeling a bit grumpy.

    Keep it up Brian :Wink: (in the nicest possible way of course)

    Sonja
     
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    Picked mine up at NEC show yesterday really pleased with it
     
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    I was wondering about buying this for our trip at Easter but, we have to stay at specific campsites so how can we find out if those campsites are part of the ACSI scheme without purchasing the guide? We probably won't go to France for a 2nd visit this year (although we'd love to!) so I guess we would need to speculate to find out?

    Sacha
     
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    We found that 2 nights on a CC/ASCI site discount more than paid for the book, last year when we stopped outside Paris we paid 30 euro + local tax for 2 nights and a Dutch motorhomer without the discount card paid 58 euro's for 2 nights ,so its well worth buying
     
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    Assuming you are referring to the ASCI Discount Card then go to http://www.campingcard.co.uk/gb/en/home/uc33-l2-n253/ and have a look.

    If you just want to check on all ACSI inspected sites then http://www.eurocampings.co.uk/en/europe/

    Worth adding to your favorites list.

    :Wink:
     
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