2nd time across to France

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  1. plumbomb

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    This is our 2nd time across the water,we were here in July in Normandy but to cut short holiday but now we've headed south. At the moment were just north of Bordeaux and loving it, 22c not a cloud in the sky. We've made no plans where we're going just drive for a bit then find a
     
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    enjoy (y)
     
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    Have fun. 22c sounds great. (y)

    A site that gets lots of mentions on the forum is not far from you. I have never been there but all who mention it always seem to enjoy their visits

    http://www.twinlakesfrance.com/index.html
     
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    Hi , When you get south of Bordeaux, the Dune du Pyla , well worth a visit 110mtrs high sand dune and free aire when we were there last time in 2009
     
  6. plumbomb

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    Fidget we're going tomorrow, the only thing is we've had 2 days at the beach & we have4 miniature schnauzers and the MH been full of sand. It's taken best part of the day to, 1= shower the dogs ( external shower) 2= clean inside the MH. This part of France must be made of sand even inland it's every where. I'll climb it tomorrow & shower off outside :)
     
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    Hi Plumbomb, Plenty of sand there , when you've hiked up all those steps legs ache (not really) great running down the side or should I say sliding / slipping definitely fills your boots .
    Terry
     

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