Van Brian - Our French Tour

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  1. Whatton

    Whatton Read Only Funster

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    I've written up our first tour to Europe in Van Brian, if you want to see what we did and how we did it click here :thumb:
     
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    Great read really enjoyed it. :thanks2:
     
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    Good reading, and thanks for the post, nice one,:thumb: Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    Well done I enjoyed that. :thumb:
     
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    If it helps I've had a look in Lizzies Captains log and found out where we stopped....

    1st night on autoroute - A26 Aire de Baralle (Picnic area)
    2nd & 3rd nights - Camping La Paquis Municipal in Corny Sur Moselle (Fireworks night)
    4th night - Camping Municipal in Eguisheim (Prettiest Village in France winner)
    5th & 6th night - Camping Les Vignes in Arbois (Swimming pool site)
    7th to 10th night - Camping Municipal Les Pouverels in Cotignac (Provence towns)
    11th to 17th nightCamping La Greniuille in Goudargues (Camping with friends)
    18th night - Free Aire at Mejannes le Clap (Take-away pizza place)
    19th night - Free Aire at Ruynes en Margeride (Fog in the morning)
    20th night - 3 Euro Aire at St Atheme (Huskey Runners)
    21st night - Free Aire at Beaulon (Next to canal)
    22nd night - Camping Municipal at Pierrefonds (Reto chic caravan)
    23rd night - 3 Euro farmers field at Ambleteuse (Sea and dunes view)

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    :Smile: loved your report, just bought our first motorhome, not camped for over 12 years and most adventure we had was in a two wheeled caravan to Gairloch and Skye. Did under canvas before with at least 4 kids and my mother. Really interesting for a newbie to see the Aires, the lovely food you produced etc. Gives me a real insight into the life ahead and I can't wait, just don't know where first trip abroad should be .... So much to choose from... And my daughters first baby due October so can't go on too epic a voyage for a while but already bought the smallest collapsible pram I can find!

    thanks once again.:thumb:
     
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    You eat too well !

    Like the presentation, flick through and read when more detail needed.
     
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    An enjoyable read, thank you. From the quality of the meals shown I think the next project should be a cook book!
     
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