Thinking of taking your first trip to France? The thought of that first trip really away from home can be a bit daunting. The considerations of the right ferry crossing, a different currency, driving on the other side of the road, a different language and of course, where to actually go can be either worrying or add to the overall excitement!
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  ianandsue — Check out France Passion ([url][/url])for free overnight stays on vinyards and farms. Membership is about £25, and includes an easy to use guide book.<br />It's a wonderful way to see the "real" France and meet French people. We have always been made welcome and ne......
If you are already aware of the network of Aires de Service in France this article won't tell you much you don't already know. However, for those who don't know about them or have yet to use them. Prepare to slash the cost of your holidays in France!Aires are a network of, literally, hundreds of stopping places (mostly for overnight stops) specifically designed for motorhomes, or 'camping-cars' as the French call them. Generally no camping or caravans are allowed.
One of the great things about travelling in a motorhome is that you tend to be much more aware of the environment around you and as such you get to see more sunsets, mainly because you're not usually shut up indoors! A great opportunity for some photography too... Just a few from travels so far this year. {googleAds} // {/googleAds}
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