La Route du Vin May 2nd 2011 Sat 23....The weather as we left Verres in Italy was dull and a lot of low cloud. We followed the route towards the Grand St Bernard tunnel, stopping for hours at a MacDonald’s in Aoste catching up with photo downloads and diary writing. That done, the intention was to put it all on the blog/Internet but we lost the connection and couldn’t get it back.
Our onward route was only so-so, quit ... read more
Europe » France Although ultimately a victor in World Wars I and II, France suffered extensive losses in its empire, wealth, manpower, and rank as a dominant nation-state. Nevertheless, France today is one of the most modern countries in the world and is a leader am... ... read more
So.....................'Just do it' - we did.
If you keep saying 'one day' or 'when we can afford it' .....you never will or it'll be too late. What are you waiting for? It's so do-able and doesn't have to be expensive.
Back in 2008, having done a fair amount of research on motorhomes, we narrowed our choice down to one model! The criteria were:
* Not too long - so's we could negotiate small villages and park in town centres and car parks.
* A drop-down over cab bed - so living space wasn't wasted with a fixed bedroom and we didn't have to make the bed up every night.
* A rear l... full info