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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 20-09-2018, 09:50 Thread Starter
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Brugge Aire

Just back from abroad and used the Brugge aire prior to getting the ferry. I have to say that 25 Euro's a day for an aire without drinking water is a bit much however convenient the aire might be for the city. The adjacent coach park doesn't have any either. This situation has been going on for about a year now due to cross contamination issues and no-one seems to be in any hurry to do anything about it. So be warned those that don't drink from their tank water. Bottled water is available at the rail station shops around ten/fifteen minutes walk away.

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There is a cracking little Aire by a restaurant about six miles south that we used in a little quiet village with separate bays and hookup and services, really quiet. I think it was about six or seven Euros but the place was deserted when we were there and nobody to pay. Only useful if you either have bikes or a scooter though (we have both). Seems excessive 25 euros for parking.

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Itís always been expensive there

But it is extremely convenient to walk into Brugge , which is well worth a visit

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Yep to all that. Convenient but expensive.


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