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Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Rob e Lee, Aug 20, 2012.

  1. Rob e Lee

    Rob e Lee Funster

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    Hi All,

    Decided to tour France - all of September and we have never used any Aires yet and am wondering if we can get some of your favourites together with any tips you might have.

    We will be going from Calais down to the Dordogne across to the Ardeche and possibly any areas recommended by you knowledgeable lot!

    Thanks in advance,

    Rob & Lee :Smile:
     
  2. june123

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    All the Aires

    Buy All the Aires France book or poke about on the internet for aires near towns where you know you'll be driving close to. We almost never use regular campsites as they are often not very near places we want to see. Aires can often be walking/cycling distance to pretty little villages without having to drive to them in a large MH.
     
  3. wiljoy

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    You really must obtain the Aires book. We normally head out to France at the end on April
    and come home early July. Only use a campsite about 6 nights. There are now at least 3500 aires so no matter where you are travelling you will find one.
    No matter where you travel I hope you enjoy your trip.
     
  4. Reallyretired

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    We are also thinking of going down to the Dordogne beginning of September. This doesn't mean we actually will though as we have previously intended to do this on several occassions, but have either been sidetracked by something else that grabs our attention, or had to go further south to get satisfactory weather.

    As you may gather, planning is not something that really applies to us.:BigGrin:
     
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