Brugge Aire

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  1. Rob e Lee

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    Hi, does anyone know what is the 'rated amperage' at the Brugge Aire?

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    and while your doing that what plug type is it please??

    I have also heard that there appear to be 2 aires virtually adjacent to each other near the station, which is best please

    sorry to bust in on your post, but thanks for reminding me to do this:Smile:

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    Its 6amp reason I know last year we was with Dominic who runs the aire and
    I popped the question cos me heating was poor

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    cant help with the what ampage other than too say that On Friday nikki was able to dry and straighten her hair without any issues and the microwave worked fine :thumb:

    The plug is a normal UK type.

    The aires are located in the same vicinity. I prefer the one not adjacent to the coach park and boat area. I prefer the other as it's quieter. However, be warned, you can not empty your toilet at this one, you have to take your cassette to the other one. If you enter either of the aires you are charged, although if there is no room the parking attendance are happy to let you out and in to the other, best to check out on foot first to save the aggro.

    My blog I think has pictures of them on...

    The price at present is 15.5e which sounds dear, but its 23e in summer.!! again sounds dear until you look at it this way.
    Where could you park in such a beautiful city in walking distance overnight for such a low cost? try parking a car in any popular city and its expensive...:thumb:
     
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  5. Mel

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    Its a CEE blue plug

    When i stayed there we ran the 1800 heater without a problem.

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  6. Rob e Lee

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    Just got back from a two day trip and I can confirm that 6 amps is power supplied. I managed to keep tripping the circuit breaker but was fine when keeping heater on 1000w setting. Needed to use gas to supplement though as temperature was COLD. Woke up to beautiful blue skies and really sharp frosts, made Brugge even more magical:Smile:

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    That really sums it up, compact yet every corner has a new brilliant sight to brighten your day.

    Next, try big brother, Ghent.
     
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    A customer of mine was enthusing about Ghent - we'll give it ago soon:Smile:

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    Not realy drinking a lot.
    This might be a stupid question

    What is real ale?

    I was under the impresion that Belgium beer was not realale.


    Mel
     
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