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  1. Don Madge

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    The German National Tourist Board are offering a new campsite guide, in English, detailing over 1000 sites. :thumb:

    It is free from: GNTB WebShop

    On the above website there is an online guide too, which can be accessed by different criteria. There are several different free guides to things like gardens of Germany, biking in Germany, spas as well.

    This is courtesy of Grizzly from MHF.:Smile:

    Don
     
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    Hi this was repoted in the latest CC mag were I expect gizzly got it from, just had the campsite guide and some other mags delivered after ordering them on Monday, looks pretty good all the mags and guide are in english

    The guide is a proper glossy publication not just some photocopied pages and the campsites all have GPS, so well done the German tourist board. :thumb:

    Olley
     
  3. Don Madge

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    My copy arrived today, had a quick look while having breakfast and the sites I checked had GPS co - ords as well as other very useful info. :thumb:

    All in all a very good free bee. :thumb:

    I wonder how many people will send of the £2.50 as requested to help with the postage?

    Don
     
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    Never saw that Don, is it on the website?

    Olley
     
  5. Don Madge

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    Hi Olley,

    It's a PS on the covering letter with the guide.:Smile:

    Don
     
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    Hello


    On the website i says the first two brochures per household are posted free.

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  7. Don Madge

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    Hi,

    On the web site it also says.
    "Delivery costs:
    As we receive so many brochure requests, we would be grateful for a voluntary donation towards the costs of postage.
    Please refer to the cover letter despatched with your order for details. Thank you."

    Personally I don't think £2.50 is much to ask for I will willing pay it.

    Don
     
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    Hi Don, cheque written and posted yesterday. :BigGrin: They would get more donations if you could pay on line.

    Olley

    PS Just noticed its got €9.80 0n the back, so £2.50 seems like a bargain.
     
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    Thanks Don
    Just ordered it :thumb:
     
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    Good one Don :thumb:
    Just order one myself ...... Why doesnt the UK follow Europes lead
     
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    Got mine on Saturday, very good book to keep in the van.

    From some of the extorsionate campsite prices we have to pay in the UK, the tourist board is probably too ashamed.
     
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