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I do not like driving at night, so whenever we make the crossing we tend to stay near the port.<br /><br />On the Dover side, we have found that there is a very good stopover place on the Sea Front, after 5.30pm, untill 8.30am, <br /><br...

I do not like driving at night, so whenever we make the crossing we tend to stay near the port.<br /><br />On the Dover side, we have found that there is a very good stopover place on the Sea Front, after 5.30pm, untill 8.30am, <br /><br />Another favourite Dover spot had been the Tescvo store, that is just 2 miles outside Dover on the A2 route. This now has a TIME LIMIT, so beware.<br /><br />If there is time, the Park and Ride facility in Canterbury is very useful, i think it is the Southern site, wher there is a camping Car facility, sectione off, and they give you FREE bus travel into Canterbury. Ther is s charge, but i think well worth it.<br /><br />On the Calis side we tend to use the Aire, facing the Ferry terminal, just ij front of the Campsite. Off season it is Free.

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I have had occassion to use the the cross Ferries a few times this year and have been quite surprised at the cariations in Prices for the Dover Calis 7Duinkerque crossing.<br /><br />What might seem cheap in one direction is often offset by a...

I have had occassion to use the the cross Ferries a few times this year and have been quite surprised at the cariations in Prices for the Dover Calis 7Duinkerque crossing.<br /><br />What might seem cheap in one direction is often offset by a large hike in the price coming in the other direction.<br /><br />Trying to stay with one operator is no guarrantee of competative price, and I would advise all Motorhome owners to simply Book ONE DIRECTION at a time, and use an interneyt cafe/ macdonalds rtc for the retyurn journey, nearer to the return date.<br /><br />Emember to check out each of the operators.<br /><br />We are fortunate as Motohome owners, that exact time of departure can be varied to obtain the best price, with an overnight stay at either end, on a Free parking place-

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Hi, after a minor shunt (oops) I nee a rear bumper for a 2010 Elddis Autoquest 180. Any tips, advice or do you have one?<br /><br />Thanks for any help<br /><br />Steve

 
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