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Just saying hello and also warning you to be prepaired for the barage of questions.

After my wife Lynn hired a motorhome for a long weekend back in April,we decided to take the plunge.Hopfully it will give us more quality time as a family and let us do what we love best,travelling and sightseeing.

Any advice on good sights would be welcome.We have two kids 7 and 3.

Thanks in advance:thumb:

Btw what does RV mean?

Ian
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Just saying hello and also warning you to be prepaired for the barage of questions.

After my wife Lynn hired a motorhome for a long weekend back in April,we decided to take the plunge.Hopfully it will give us more quality time as a family and let us do what we love best,travelling and sightseeing.

Any advice on good sights would be welcome.We have two kids 7 and 3.

Thanks in advance:thumb:

Btw what does RV mean?

Ian
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Hiya Ian and Lynn and Welcome :thumb:

RV means Recreational Vehicle which really can cover a multitude of vehicles.

The Americans adopted the term for their motorhomes.

Congratulations on taking the plunge and enjoy.

We have taken the kids to Kessingland a couple of times and they love it there.
 
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Hi Ian & Lynn and welcome to the site.

The term "RV" was coined in the USA to describe any recreational vehicle related to camping, not just motorhomes.
A full lowdown of such vehicles can be seen HERE

It was the English who have adopted it to refer to American motorhomes.
Hope this helps :Smile:

Congratulations on taking the plunge, enjoy your travels ::bigsmile:
 
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