Euro-Smurfs

Discussion in 'Continental Touring' started by Papa Smurf, Apr 13, 2008.

  1. Papa Smurf

    Papa Smurf Member

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    Hello!

    Looks like June & I will be taking out European plunge in the middle of May and go touring La Belle Fance & Der Vaterland for 12 weeks or so, taking in such sites as..... umm, well, no real ideas except the Wallensteinfest in Memmingen (Bavaria) in July and August (it's a 17th century week-long festival held every 4 years)

    Seafrance seems to be the best (price-wise) for crossing (Dover-Calais & return), but do you know different? Any hints and tips for the euro-novices that may help keep costs down?
    TIA:thumb:

    Pa(u)pa Smurf
     
  2. Digger Driver

    Digger Driver Read Only Funster

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    Pappa!
    It costs about £30 But the most valuble thing i took with me around europe was a copy of the book called The Lonely Planet!
    It saved us many times!
    You will love Europe!
     
  3. Maggot

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    Hi Papa Smurf

    I found Norfolk Line was the cheapest, OK that was at 2:30 in the morning,but hey, if it saves money..........

    Maggot
     
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