the prices are pretty good:thumb: which is more than can be said for their on-line booking form.Hi ShiftZZ
I posted the following earlier in the year to another member.
We like Belgium a lot, we have stopped on the aires at Ostend and Brugge.
The only campsite we have used is Camping Memling at Brugge. Not a bad site but I dont know how you would fare with an RV there.
There is plenty of room along the coast road between Ostend and Middlekerke if you fancy a spot of wild camping. Plenty of vans park up along this stretch of road, no problems for an RV, can be noisey though as apart from the busy road the tramway also runs parallel to it. On the plus side is that you are only 20 yards from a long, clean sandy beach.
When travelling to Belgium we use Transeuropa Ferries from Ramsgate, a 4 hour crossing, but it saves the drive up from Calais. We have found their fares to be very competetive and you can overnight at their terminal if you wish.
The following link will give you some info about parking in Brugge
Where to park
You mean like this?i'd sooner travel with a company who's website works properly.
By comparison i've paid £62 return with SeaFrance Dover to Calais. I always go up to Belgium to buy some smokes (right money sensible prices etc).no.......... the form was incomplete.
couldnt enter vehicle, reg No, passport No or anything other than name and address.:Angry:
just checked and it seems to be ok now though.:thumb:
£100 for kontiki and toad, one way, aint a bad price. if i was single i woldnt need the return fair.
cant be any worse in europe than it is here in ripoff britain.
just wondered though........how do you know if a particular sailing is full.