Opal Coast, Boulogne, Nolette, Dieppe, Honfleur

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  1. Dogsense

    Dogsense Funster

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    Advice Please.
    Planing a visit to France - Normandie, Britenie and the Lorie Valey.
    Fancy driving along the Opal Coast and to continue along the coast to Boulogne, Nolette, Dieppe, Honfleur and to Britanie.
    1) is it worth the effort?
    2) is it suitable to drive an 8m MH by novice drivers LOL
     
  2. laser101uk

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    the short answer is yes and yes. take the all the aires book. have a good time
     
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    Another three yes's, providing the weather is good, if not turn left & keep going for 300-400 miles.
     
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    as others have said all good areas..the weather being the biggest risk factor:coffee:
     
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    How long have you got for this trip with so many places to see, so many places to stop, so many boulangeries to visit, so many glasses to fill?

    :france::france::france:
     
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    We had thought of doing the same route in early Sept through to mid Oct but had wondered about mixing ACSI sites with Aires or should we just head down to the warmer South?
     
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