Alan Rogers Campsite Guide

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  1. PhilandMena

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    Hi , has anyone used the Alan Rogers Campsite Guide for Europe! is it worth the money, i'm considering staying at a good camp-site on the Spanish coast
     
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    Sorry, last used it about 10+ years ago. Seem to recall it was as much use as a chocolate fireguard at that time
     
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    Hi we have used it in Spain and France seems a good book for the money. Also look at the ACSI book at vicarious books well worth it and a discount card , Pete:thumb:
     
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    We travelled with one through France/Spain/Portugal a few years ago-----------for us it was a total waste of money---------Might suit you though,
    IMHO you will get better advice on this forum--------plus MHF must know every campsite in Europe:thumb::thumb::thumb:
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    I am not sure these days but yonks back, every site was inspected every year. If he said there are 3 toilet blocks each with 8 toilets, but only 19 have seats - that's what you got! LOL

    When you say a good campsite - what do you mean? Everyone to their own - some want a waterpark for the kids, or a choice of bars or a dog walking and toilettage facilities. We want it on a sandy naturist beach with a good coffee shop and an exceedingly cheap but Michelin starred restaurant. Others would probably like something different - even karaoke or bingo ......

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    Thanks all, you have saved me some more money. I have tried the Aires book (OK) and the ACSI DVD (good) and off course recommendations from this and other sites.
     

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