have booked it now

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  1. paulus the woodgnome

    paulus the woodgnome Read Only Funster

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    well i have finally booked it after days of going through hundreds of holiday brochures and lots of destinations including flights and guess what
    yes its the motorhome im going to use :BigGrin:
    at least i know i will get the best accomodation and food, know who has slept in the beds etc:Laughing:

    3 days down to spain 3 days back 8 days there:Doh:

    going here

    http://www.cambrilspark.es/en/index_html?set_language=en:Cool:

    anybody got any info on overnight stops on the way down and back
    only safe areas and ones that i am likely to get in
    thanks for any help
    paul
     
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    We went to Salou last year and just stopped at aires when we needed to stop. we left Salou a day early so we could stop in Andorra on the way home and it was well worth it. If you do come back through Andorra do not over do it on the duty free as French customs will stop British motorhomes.

    Enjoy the drive and holiday
    Rob
     
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    We went to my Brothers last year near Murcia and mostly used aires , but the one campsite in France we used was handily placed just off the A75 near the the village of Orcet . Have a great holiday .

    http://www.campingauvergne.co.uk/
     
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    have a great trip Paul... look forward to hearing all about it :thumb:
     
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    looks a really nice place, have a great time.
     
  7. paulus the woodgnome

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    bring and buy

    would rather have come to your bring and buy but had already booked the tunnel:Doh:
     
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    Hi what did tunnel cost please as I have only ever used norfolkline. Terry
     
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    not too sure how much the tunnel should have been i think it was about £180 return but i only put £3.00 towards it as the rest was paid for in GOOD OLD TESCO VOUCHERS
     
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    Hi Fidget
    our tunnel cost £132.50 but cos we used tesco vouchers it was £32.50 in vouchers and £30 for our dog.
     
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    always use the tesco vochers fab in it :BigGrin:
     
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    Tesco vouchers rule ok:BigGrin:
     

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