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by Terri Church,Mike Church

  • ISBN: 0965296830
  • Category: Sports books
  • Author: Terri Church,Mike Church
  • Subcategory: Hiking & Camping
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rolling Home Pr; 2nd edition (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 443 pages
  • FB2 size: 1516 kb
  • EPUB size: 1499 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 766
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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. Series: Traveler's Guide series.

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by Mike & Terri Church (Author). very good book excited to use it on our European trip for 2 months. There's a problem loading this menu right now.

RV and tent campers with the best resources for planning a vacation chock-full of beachcombing, back-roads exploring, golf, fishing, whale watching, and water sports. Terri Church, Mike Church.

Offering invaluable sightseeing tips, advice on fun activities, and detailed descriptions of campgrounds, this grand tour of Mexico's Baja Peninsula provides both RV and tent campers with the best resources for planning a vacation chock-full of beachcombing, back-roads exploring, golf, fishing, whale watching, and water sports.

Church, Mike; Church, Terri. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

272 p. Contains: Illustrations.

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Camping in Europe is much easier than camping in North America. Another great resource for finding and comparing campsites is the book Traveler’s Guide to European Camping by Mike and Terri Church. Check out the best camping sleeping pads. For one thing, there are FAR more campsites in Europe and they are not isolated out in the backwoods of places you don’t really want to go. Nearly every major city has a campground within city limits, or very near by. We’ve camped in Amsterdam, Aachen, Bruges, Mainz, Prague, Vienna, Venice; the list goes on and on! Finding a place to camp is no problem.

Camping across Europe is a low-cost, high-fun alternative. Basic information on roads and infrastructure, shopping for supplies in Europe, and how to get a vehicle in Europe by either shipping or renting or leasing one.
Reviews about Traveler's Guide to European Camping: Explore Europe With Rv or Tent (Traveler's Guides to European Camping: Explore Europe with RV or Tent) (7):
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This book is from 1999, so it should be useless, since I'm writing this review far into the 21st century, when we all use jetpacks and flying cars. But, if you are coming from America or Canada and need an introduction to camping in Europe, because you haven't a clue where to start, then this book is enormously encouraging and helpful, giving you some useful information about how things work in the countries. The book is broken down into sections. Then, the author tells you what camping is like in that country. It's really hard to research this on the web.
Eigonn
My husband and I have used this book on numerous camping excursions while living in Europe this past year. The guide is well written, with good descriptions and useful information. Camp-sights are easy to find with clear directions. Prices and ammenities are listed, using easy-to-read symbols. A brief section also outlines nearby sights and recreation, as well as access to public transportation into cities. European camping is a wonderful way to explore the continent on a budget and the campgrounds are unlike anything in the States. This book is an essential tool for camping in Europe!
Jaiarton
The book is nice, with accurate information and reviews of the campgrounds with good information on how to find them.
However, it's of no use for snowbirds and winter campers, due to a total lack of information on all-year camps and winter activities. Also, the book points usually just one campground in each location, not giving you room for alternatives.
Anyway, if you plan a trip from March through October, it's a good buy.
Anardred
ok quide but doesn't have gps coordinates - they help so much - would be especially nice to have in european countries
Xtintisha
Traveler's Guide to European Camping is an excellent resource for RV travel and camping in Europe. The writers of this book have done a lot of work researching campgrounds, which made planning for my European vacation so much easier. The authors are the experts on European camping; the introductory chapters explain the options available for camping in Europe including possible ways to obtain an RV, describe what to expect in European campgrounds, and provide details on related topics such as money, electrical appliances, laundry and fuel. They also provide an excellent website, [...] which has links to many other sites concerning European travel.
The remaining chapters provide informative introductions for each country or region and detailed information on at least one campground for each major city. The authors have selected the best campgrounds for tourists and have described the facilities and amenities, provided detailed directions for locating the campgrounds, and also have suggestions for sightseeing. I especially liked the information provided for using public transportation from the campgrounds, and the directions allowed me to easily locate the campgrounds even with inadequate signs.
I used this book to travel for four months while staying in campgrounds and will use it again to travel in Europe without the frustration of reading foreign-language campground lists, getting hopelessly lost trying to find campgrounds, and not knowing the approximate price and campground amenities before arrival.
Using campgrounds is a wonderful way to travel in Europe and this book, packed with information and travel tips, is indispensable.
Nekora
We decided to try and motorhome it Europe with two families this past summer. We rented our motorhome through DRM in Dusseldorf and got started on our European vacation with the help of the Church's book "European Camping". Our first stop was in Heidelburg and we camped at the site they recommended, camping Haide. Well this book turned out to be our "bible" as it had excellent and accurate descriptions of the campgrounds around Europe. They describe what could be found at the campgrounds and what there was to see at that location. The book always gave excellent directions on how to get to each campsite and the estimated cost of the campground. This is an excellent book and a fantastic way to see Europe. This is my third time to Europe and it was my most enjoyable trip, thanks in a large part to the help of this book. Our only problem on this trip was we left the book in the campground at Antibes, France. this was one of the nicest campgrounds we stayed at, the washrooms were very clean and the pool was great! We didn't discover the loss of the book until 5 hours outside of Antibes and we then decided to go on and try the local pamphlets and tourist info's to camp in the remaining week that we had left. What a mistake!!! It was then that we truly discovered how wonderful this book was and how difficult it was to find a "good" campsite using local information. We did remember the campsite that the Church's listed for camping while in Paris, at the park right inside Paris. It was a wonderful campsite but it was very difficult to find without the book in our possesion. Whoever finds our book at the Antibes campsite recommended by the Church's has truly found a "pot of gold", a book that is the can be considered a camping bible for European camping. Our family thanks the Church's for a great book and we recommend that you don;'t leave home for Europe without it!
Rob Murphy
PS If anyone finds this book I would love to have it back.
Anaginn
We used this camping book matched with Rick Steves and it worked like a charm. While there are many other campgrounds around. This book highlights the nicer ones. We used it for places along the Rhine, Rothenburg, Vienna, Venice, Florence, Sienna, Chamonix and other places. Each time the campgrounds were nicer than when we did not use the book. The campgrounds were easy to find, even without a detailed map.
The only addition I would like is sightseeing and restaurant recommendations close to the campsites.
Camping is a great way to go in Europe!

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