French Aires

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  1. Heyupluv

    Heyupluv Read Only Funster

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    If you are interested, This evening I have just put another three nice French Aires on ..(it may have been four) on the "French Aires"... on Jim's home page in Resources down the left hand side.

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    Thank you for taking the time Mel:Cool:
     
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    John ....Just look what you have to look forward to when you come over:thumb::Cool:....I think you are going to have a good time when you get over here....:BigGrin:.
    John, there may find a odd few Aires that are naff only good for filling and emptying your motorhome or a supermarket car park.... ok if you are on route south, or to stop for lunch.......But there so so many Aires that are Brill and in some beautiful places.
    Listen to other Motorhomer’s recommendations.....beware some motorhomer’s like to keep the good Aires to themselves:Wink::Wink: if they do tell you a good Aire ....you may have to swear you won't tell anybody else .....Like I do.....:Rofl1::Rofl1:

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