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  1. Shuggy68

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    morning guys and dolls. where is the best place use have been in the motorhome.or where would your dream tour would like to know guys and dolls:Smile:
     
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    Outer Hebrides stunning place and lovely people.
     
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    place

    we went to Orkney that was great thinking of going to Shetland
     
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    I would love to tour Australia and New Zealand :BigGrin:
     
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    Italy,Lake Garda,:Cool:
     
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    Outer Hebrides every time !:Cool::Cool::Cool:
     
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    Orkney ... Or Hebrides
    No competition!
    Anna (currently in south of France !)
     
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    Might sound silly as a lot of you will have done it or similar
    Follow west coast France down into Spain following coast down Gibraltar over into Morocco following coast
    Back up into Spain following med
    till around monaco north and follow Rhine up though Germany into holland
    Home via hull
    Take about 4 to 5 months
    Depart new year home by late spring
    No more than 1 day running then 2 days rest
    I don't even know if numbers stack up its just a dream at moment
    As Elaine and I are relative new comers to motorhome life the farthest so far is Dordogne for 2 weeks
    but I work in much of Central Europe so the travel side is nearly old hat
    but this with a motorhome is all new for us it's the idea of freedom to do what you want and no set plans we like
     
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    Fussen in Germany, camping Hopfensee on a lake overlooking the German side of the Tyrol just across the lake on a crisp calm September morning sun rising. Bikes out and cycle into Fussen with a walk up to King Ludwigs castle with stunning views.

    When we get our next MH we plan to drive up to the Fjordlands :thumb:

    Cheers
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    Forgot to mention
    On way down follow Portuguese coast to Gibraltar
     
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    Dream versus reality

    The reality is to go up and down Europe in a similar manner to that suggested by Peter above..... which is definitely achievable.

    The dream....... crossing Canada from East to West and back again..... I know you can hire one and do it, but my dream would be to do it in MY motorhome, which is of course a bit more complicated (and expensive!).

    Simon
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    I am sat here thinking about the things I wanted to do but never did the one thing I regret is not doing Route 66 when I had chance in 1976
    But when I think why it's ok cos I got married Instead
    Would I do it now no I don't think so its a long way in the saddle and its too commercial and without the lads some of who are no longer with us it wouldn't be the same I did get a tee shirt though when lads came back
     
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    My cousin and her husband have just literally arrived in the USA for what is his lifes ambition which is an umpteen thousand mile 8 week tour around the states on motorbikes. He is a member of the ulyses motorcycle club in Australia and meeting up with a couple of the US members to embark on the trip - last i heard ladies were taking an rv sounds great.

    Andrew us in his 60's now and wants to get it done while he can, great trip

    Cheers
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