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Discussion in 'Best Campsites for Chilling Out' started by Mel, Aug 25, 2013.

  1. Mel

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    Bob & Di

    Are helpfull or will leave you alone if thats what you want.
    Clean.
    And not too dear.


    Mel
     
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    Currently heading back to UK and at Zarragossa.. Will look at out route see if we can go that way, at least for a night and check it out:thumb:

    Might be nice for our wedding anniversary rather than an aires.. :BigGrin:
     
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    Good site, great hosts, good farmer next door, sells very good fresh eggs. Just avoid the couple in the far corner, with the verandah, [HI]she is nice, very very nice[/HI]. He can be a bit tempermental from all accounts he is now fluent in French... :Wink:


    You will have a great time...
     
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    Dont go on pitch 10 the Sun goes down behind the trees .

    Go up near Ken & Stephs (funsters)

    They get the Sun till later.

    Sorry Bob forgive me .:Rofl1:

    Or bring a chainsaw:BigGrin:

    Mel
     
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    Might cost less on an aire:Rofl1:

    Sorry I am a Yorshireman.

    Mel
     
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    Totally agree, all true.

    Our first visit we booked for a couple of days and stayed a week.

    Next visit 9th September and looking forward to it. :thumb::BigGrin:
     
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    Oi Hilda!!! I am very placid!!! and the only thing I am fluent in is "drivel" NO not dribble DRIVEL!!! :Eeek:
     
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    See what I mean Funsters. Now on the other hand the delightful Steph never dribbles or is full of drivel, she is charming, knowledgeable, intellectual, a great cook, poetic and the list is endless.
    Did I say patient?
    Yep, in the extreme…
     
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    We are very slowly heading towards Parc Verger, thinking if we go slow enough Kesbruce will be in England. Do not want to say too much though because Steph is leaving her chip pan under the decking for us
     
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    Pffft you should be so lucky..it is no more...it is an ex chip pan....a previous chip pan...it is busted and binned. :cry:
     
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    How can a chip pan be a previous chip pan?
     
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    No No Nooo .. its just resting after a long fry up
     

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