Aires Book 2010

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  1. johnnerontheroad

    johnnerontheroad Read Only Funster

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    Could anyone give me info where I can get an Aires book/CD for 2010 in english if possible? Is there one for Europe or do you have to get each country?

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    Dave
     
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    You can also try

    CAMPINGCAR-INFOS

    Probably the best on line Aires de service guide and they sell an excellent CD .

    IMO the best Aires books are in French .. but that's no big deal, entries are to a set format that's easy to learn ..
     
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    I read somewhere that there is a Dutch version that cover the whole of Europe any ideas?
     
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    I believe that there is a publication called Camper Stop which may be what you are looking for. I am not sure where you would get a copy from, perhaps a Google search may shed some light.
     
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    I have just found where I read about the Duth publication and it was NOT RECOMMENDING it not much good.:Eeek:
     
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    Agree with Jim on this one - they also have a USB dongle which is very convenient for netbook users without a CD drive. Updated evry July and Jan. Good service too.

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    hello


    Can anyone tell me if the dongle has exactly the same quantity of information on it as the DVD has.

    Thanks in advance


    Traveller
     
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    Hi

    I have the CD .. but looks as thought the dongle has exactly the same info

    From Camping Car Infos (translated)



    Take with you all the information on the areas referenced
    on our website (with pictures and comments)

    by controlling the USB Camper-Info

    The key contains all the files area with all the pictures and comments.
    You can use this key on your laptop
    (Laptops, eeepc, NetPC, etc ... Windows XP, Vista, Ubuntu, Xandros, etc. ...),
    without needing to be connected to the Internet.


    Current Version: July 2009

    Next Version: January 2010

    Available from the first days of January 2010

    Usual period of delivery: France: 3 to 5 days after receiving your payment.
    Abroad: 5 to 10 days after receipt of your payment.

    The delivery by post are quite variable,
    and we can not be held responsible
    Thank you for your comréhension.

    For information on shipments of USB
    (deadlines, various issues, ...)
    thank you to contact managers of this section
    to cd-rom@campingcar-infos.com


    jim
     
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  10. Peggy

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    Try Vicarious Books - at all the shows or available via their web site.
    We found the Camperstop one to be the best. It covers 16 countries and you can buy downloads for satnav via the web site.
    Peggy
     
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    Camperstop Europe 2009

    Used it a lot and found it excellent. Have met people who call it 'the bible'.
     
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    We use the regular Aires books. We did buy a Vicarious guide but it fell apart after just a few months light use! The Official Aires book is cheap, current and although the addresses are in French so are the Vicarious ones! How can you translate a French Address into English anyway?

    We buy ours once we are there, every tourist booth and most campsites sell them
     
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    Aires Book

    We bought the Bord Atlas from Vicarious Books to take to the Alps in January, It comes with Two Books one is mainly the Stellplatz in Germany and the other covers Europe we found many Stell Platz and Aires to stay at and a lot of the Camp Sites in Austria alow you to stay on an area just outside the main site and use the facilities at a fraction of the cost
     
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    Can the DVD be copied to any memory stick ?
     
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    No reason why not, I copied the DVD as a back up :Wink:
     
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