"Motorhoming France" ???

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  1. Chockswahay

    Chockswahay

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    We are preparing for our next trip to France (very soon :)) and I am just wondering if I can improve my current library of books/apps etc

    Has anyone joined Motorhoming France? what do you think of it?

    I have:
    All the Aires (ed 4)
    Camperstop Europe 2014
    Bordaltlas 2014
    Motorhome Parkings
    Aires Camping (French!)

    I do like the apps and I accept they carry up to date info............ but the Dutch park anywhere (!) andthe reviews are in Dutch...... and the French one is all in French (!)

    Just fishing for advice/ideas........ :)
     
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  3. martin2603

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    I also joined this week, we are off towards Burgundy Tuesday, It does compliment the other publications, to day I added France passion,
    works just like Brit stops, There appear to be many Vin yards in the Burgundy region all of which offer their services. You do not have to buy the wine or cheese,
    but at least its not dead money for a parking space! The other book I have is the Lonely Planet , good value for £17.00. ( unfortunately it does not show any MH parking)
     
  4. Chockswahay

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    I am on Motorhomingfrance, it's ok, has a new forum which is slowly getting going.
    You can get a memory stick with the Aires on but an iPad won't read it you need a laptop/PC then load it onto the iPad!
    There's a few others on here that are on MHfrance too.
     
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    Hi, I've been a member for several years I find the site very good and Alan who run the site very helpful ,I have printed off the area's info for which we currently are touring Brittany, and have used that for all my aires stops , details are very good and all in english.
    Can't use memory stick as my tablet won't accept usb connection.
    Terry
     
  8. Chockswahay

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    Hi @FIDGET It does indeed look a good site, is it 'mobile friendly' or always full 'PC' pages?

    As it happens 'Searchforsites' looks very good too......?
     
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    Hi,I'm using it on my tablet now near Port Louis Brittany connect to my mifi.
    I also am on search for sites (registered ). I like both sites,I'm old fashioned I like paper copy so motorhomingfrance wins.
     
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    I have just looked at this and downloaded the app it's really good and even better if you pay for the full one at £4.49 really good value.
    Thanks for the info
     
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