From: Brimstone on

"bod" <bodron57(a)tiscali.co.uk> wrote in message
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> There is of course, also many wonderful places in the UK.
>
This is one that could be useful to many people.

http://www.londonschool.com/


From: bod on
Brimstone wrote:
>
> "bod" <bodron57(a)tiscali.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:88dspdF7otU1(a)mid.individual.net...
>
>> There is of course, also many wonderful places in the UK.
>>
> This is one that could be useful to many people.
>
> http://www.londonschool.com/
>
>

As is this place:

http://www.highroydsarchive.co.uk/

Bod
From: Adrian on
bod <bodron57(a)tiscali.co.uk> gurgled happily, sounding much like they were
saying:

>>> In any case, I think it makes sense to explore ones own country. I
>>> would guess, that about 90% of British folk have only visited a
>>> fraction of our country.

>> Couldn't agree more.
>>
>> So did you get out into the Chilterns, then?

> Passed through the Chilterns many a time, but no, I haven't had the
> occasion as yet to explore them properly, only the outskirts, like West
> Wycombe(Hellfire caves etc).

" "
From: Albert T Cone on
Ret. wrote:

> Then clearly you haven't stayed on a caravan club site.
>

I have. *Never* again. There were more rules than we had at school,
and I went to a pretty strict school. From chatting to the inmates,
this was largely perceived to be a good thing - peace by enforced
uniformity of behaviour or somesuch. Despite having booked and paid for
a 4 night stay, after one night we upped pegs and got out of there
before they noticed that we were outlanders and started shrieking.
From: Ret. on
Albert T Cone wrote:
> Ret. wrote:
>
>> Then clearly you haven't stayed on a caravan club site.
>>
>
> I have. *Never* again. There were more rules than we had at school,
> and I went to a pretty strict school. From chatting to the inmates,
> this was largely perceived to be a good thing - peace by enforced
> uniformity of behaviour or somesuch. Despite having booked and paid
> for a 4 night stay, after one night we upped pegs and got out of there
> before they noticed that we were outlanders and started shrieking.

What a load of nonsense! We have stayed on dozens and dozens of CC sites
over the past 12 years - and *none* of them have been anything like as you
describe.

You *are* expected to respect the rights and comforts of other caravanners
of course - and quite rightly too.

We have stayed on ordinary commercial sites where the drunken revelry from
some campers has kept us awake half the night. If that is what you want -
then you are welcome to it.

--
Kev