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RV and Car Camping Vacations in Europe Paperback – 1 Apr 2004
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Mike Church and Terri Church are the authors of the Traveler's Guide series and RV Adventures in the Pacific Northwest. They spend most of the year traveling in their RV or car camping in Canada, Europe, Mexico, and the United States. They live in Kirkland, Washington.
Mike Church and Terri Church are the authors of the Traveler's Guide series and "RV Adventures in the Pacific Northwest," They spend most of the year traveling in their RV or car camping in Canada, Europe, Mexico, and the United States. They live in Benson, Arizona.
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The camping site information is okay, but again, they don't highlight sites with children friendly facilities. I think this book could do with more information for families and less information about scary bathrooms. Most of the bathroom information is enough to put me off travelling to start with.
Also Doesn't cover enough of europe to make it terribly relevant to planning a big trip and seems to have un-necessary stops where one central location could cover far more territory with much less driving and more use of public transport. The Benelux chapter is a great indication of this, with the first three driving being all about 3 hours in total, which is a lot of moving when one central location and some public transport would have gotten you all the sights and only one move.
Would like to see more information about the attractions available in each stop as well.
Interesting book for working out distances and how long it might take to get to places, but not terribly relevant for anything else
I would've given it 5 stars if it had coloured pics.... but then again I guess I can take them myself.
Well worth the purchase if you've never been to Europe or even if you're looking to explore those areas you've never been previously.
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