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Message posted by thebill on 17/9/2005 at 7:44am
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Anyone know any good sites around the area please

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Message posted by ericlw on 17/9/2005 at 10:26am
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Hi

If you go on to www.campingcheque.co.uk and click on french sites you will see there is 2 sites within 20 minutes from eurodisney

Or do a search on here typing in disney land paris and there is a lot of good recommendations of one or 2 sites

When were you thinking of going?



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Message posted by lizex on 17/9/2005 at 7:28pm
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We stayed here: http://www.ukcampsite.co.uk/sites/reviews.asp?revid=4765  it was great (read my review).

The site sells Disney tickets & we bought ours there, as they have the 2-day pass that they don't seem to sell in this country.

 

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Camping Jablines is 15 mins from Disney and was very clean, with good sized pitches, the reception and small (expensive) shop are most helpful, giving maps to everything you may need.

Also a bus runs from the campsite to Disney if you want to avoid the 8euro parking!

Enjoy!



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Sorry lezex - it the same site!

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there used to be one called Davy Crocket did it close

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Quote: Originally posted by thebill on 18/09/2005
there used to be one called Davy Crocket did it close
  yes a few years ago

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Message posted by wlee on 19/9/2005 at 10:46am
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Caravanning des 4Vents in Crèvecoeur en Brie is good. Just near Meaux. 15 minutes from Disneyland.

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Stayed at Crecy La Chapelle, sorry can't remember the site, but we booked it through Valconsoleil. Site was lovely and only 15 minutes from Disneyland. Believe they have now upgraded their pool as well. The village is worth a wander round as well..Simon

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We love 4 vents, it's amazing, great big pitches, really easy to get around the area and Provins is a good day out too.  takeaway in the evenings, selling beer etc, patisserie in the mornings....fab pain au chocolat!

Very friend ly and helpful staff...pools a bit cold though!

very easy drive to Disney and they hav e directions to supermarkets etc

We had a fantastic time here.

 


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hi we are thinking of driving to disneyland paris with the caravan but as we are new to caravanning we are a little nervous of the drive.... can anyone giev us any idea of what its like please?

 


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Hi when driving to the caravanning 4 des vents how busy are the roads with being near Paris. Thanks, planning no being there beginning of August.

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That always depends on the hour. A;wys try to avoid rush hours near Paris.
Beginning of August would beginning of French holidays, so check the black saturdays. Those saturdays loads of Parisians wil leave on holiday and the roads will be overcrowded. Once it is holiday it will be OK. Sundays are always better in France (no lorries).

In general always thake 'le Francilienne' around Paris, that is the outer circular route which is much less dense then the Peripherique. It starts at the airport Charles the Gaulle; turn left towards Meaux. Or if busy you could even try to get around (eastward) a bit earlier. Once off the Francilienne traffic will be rather queit.

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Hi newtoallthis,
We first did it two years ago.
I was very worried, even when we were waiting to get off the ferry, I was thinking about just driving round and getting back on.
Now I have no worries whatsoever, it is so easy.
The roads are generally much quieter.
Hope you will feel the same.

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Has anyone left a dog at the Pet care facility there?

Just re read that and I don`t mean has anyone forgotten a dog! 

 We were thinking of leaving our dog there for the day. Website says something about a vets rabies certificate translated into French, but would a pet passport do? Also no mention of costs. Are dogs allowed on trains and buses/metro in France?


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