Welcome to our
website for motorhome enthusiasts.
Follow our travels through Europe, the UK and the USA,
places we've stayed at and practical DIY tips and advice.
We use our motorhome
frequently throughout the year combining a trip to
Europe for a couple of months with shorter stays touring Great Britain.
To share our enthusiasm we started this website about eleven years ago
as a wintertime hobby to provide useful information about our travels,
places we've discovered and sites we have visited with plenty of our
photos. We have also added write ups of our tours around California
using motels in 2010 and New England in 2012.
We use a mix of campsites,
preferably more basic ones, and overnight stops at official "aires"
(but definitely not on motorways!) and occasionally free or wild
camping places when we have felt it was secure. All the sites we have
visited are listed, with GPS co-ordinates for recent years.
We've also added pages giving
practical hints about touring Europe and tips gained from our
experiences of using our various motorhomes.
We welcome feedback from our visitors and will try to answer any
questions you may have about motorcaravanning and touring. In the past
we have answered queries from Motorhomers in the UK, Australia and
Canada who are planning to visit Europe. We have also published trip
reports submitted by other motorhomers.
We hope you enjoy our site and find some useful information for your
Part 3 Inland to Córdoba and
Part 4 The Córdoba Patio Festival added
Part 1 Across the Plains of Spain and
Part 2 Along the Costa de la Luz
Summary of our 2014 trip to Spain and France added also Campsites and Aires visited
Links pages updated with new links added
The final part of our 2013 France trip completed - now to plan for this year!
Part 6 The Last Leg North
More of our France 2013 tour added
Part 4 - Hérault to Cantal
Part 5 Around the Auvergne
Now sorted after our house move so here are the next parts of our 2013 travel journal
Part 2 - Down to the Côte d'Azur
Part 3 - A week in Provence
A trip report of a Tour
contributed by Jenny Vowden, to add to her
Tour des Grandes
Alpes 2010 - an interesting diary of a six
across the French Alps
Using our Adria
improvements we have made so far.
This website is our own
personal site with no commercial backing or advertising as we just like
to share our travel experiences and provide useful information. Whilst
free to use any information on the site (at your own risk
and with due acknowledgement) we would welcome a
small contribution via Paypal to help towards our web hosting costs.
Thanks for the donations received so far
Steve and Sheila