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post #1 of 41 (permalink) Old 19-07-2011, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
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Aires in Belgium

Hi all, are there any aires in Belgium and is there a download for tom tom. We are going in August for our 1st trip to the country.

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post #2 of 41 (permalink) Old 19-07-2011, 07:28 PM
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Yes and Yes..

http://users.telenet.be/schoutens/t/...king/park.html

http://users.telenet.be/schoutens/t/...om/tomtom.html

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There is an English version of the first URL, but (on my screen at least) it is not at all obvious.

If yours is similar, click on the French, German etc., versions until the English version becomes visible. (It's a slight error in the webpage display)

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Hi Both of you, are you ok...

Gill and me have been to Belgium several timess, staying at the municipal site in Ypres...youve got to go its fantastic. will e-mail you with directions if interested. The menin gate is awe inspiring at 7pm when they sound the last post and yes you will have a tear in your eye. Also worth a visit is hill 66 or sanctuary wood at Zillebeke and Tyne cott , the biggest war cemetry in the world, (if you go , please say a prayer to the boys)

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Many thanks Pete; very useful.

(In case anyone else wants to print it, as I have just done, the English version is 14 pages long)

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I agree, Belgium is a fine place to visit, just that little bit different to France and germany. A place we visit regularly is Chimay,famous for the beer but also for our passion Classic Bike racing.We use the Municipal site in the town, not quite to UK standards but excellent all the same.
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Just found this, if you click on the Belgium towns A_Z you get a huge amount of places to visit and details on all the things that you can find there.

http://www.abelgiumattraction.com/

A number of other countries also listed at bottom of page, as I say just found this so not dug too deep yet.

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Regarding the link to the website with the Belgian aires
http://users.telenet.be/schoutens/t/...king/park.html

Maybe I am stupid but I dont see any explanation for the icons or any detailed locations for the aires on this website.

We are going to Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany for the first time in May/June 2012
Would appreciate any advice.
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nice.

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Another one:
http://users.telenet.be/leo.huybrechts/camp1.htm


From:
http://www.motorhomefacts.com/ftopti...-websites.html

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Maybe I am stupid but I dont see any explanation for the icons or any detailed locations for the aires on this website. Ian
I couldn't possibly pass an opinion Ian

But if you switch to the English version (the tab was partly hidden at the top on my screen) and right at the top, and again if you scroll down to the bottom, there is a legend.

Hover the cursor over the icons and there is a pop-up explanation of each one.

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P.S. Just played a bit more and am well impressed. Hovering the cursor over any of the icons brings a handy pop-up with details and explanantion - including GPS co-ords.

What a good idea for packing a lot into a small screen.

Thanks Peejay. Hadn't come across this one.
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