Which 'Aires' guide?

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  1. Chockswahay

    Chockswahay Funster

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    We are getting ready for our 3 month trip to France, Spain and maybe Portugal and I am trying to avoid buying every guide 'just in case' :Eek!::Eeek:

    At the moment I am thinking:

    All the Aires France

    Camperstop Europe

    France Passion

    That is probably too many..........what do the panel think?

    Ta :BigGrin:
     
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    As a MAP MAN I think you can't have to many maps and guide books. My advise for what it's worth, All the Frence Aires, All the Spanish and Portueges Aires and France Passion should see you through most of your trip. :thumb::thumb:
     
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    Someone on here recommended park4night.com , downloaded it, took a bit to get round it but now think its brill , map with all the sites on , click on em and you get all the details and it automatically goes to your satnav thingy or google maps and sets up your route, even from here.
     
  5. Chockswahay

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    Interestingly, I just discovered that if you use Google Chrome' with the automatic translator turned on it translates :Eek!::BigGrin: That's useful :BigGrin::thumb:
     
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    I'm a great fan of ACSI, ok it costs you a tenner a year but covers all of Europe and is a great addition to ones 'collection' :Cool::Cool:
     
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    English Aire books make me laugh. Translate a French address and French GPS Coordinates into er... A French address and coordinates:Rofl1:
     
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    Hi

    We have had a lot of use out of our All the Aires France book (from here). They can also sell you an accompanying map showing aires locations which is very useful.

    As has been said its easy to download all the aires info you want from the internet for free then translate it but we found having a quality printed book with photos etc handy.

    Have a great trip

    Paul
     
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