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When we decide to go away we often start with something we want to visit, for instance we wanted to see Pou Du Fuy one year so we looked for a campsite around it and found it very difficult to find some.

Also when we went to the Dordogne in 2010 or Belgium last year we wanted to know what we could see in the area and which campsites again we could use

With that in mind T&T are doing articles to help, we now have top attractions in Paris but this is just the start there are lots more articles being done to help with all kinds of tourism with camping in mind

And don't think the UK is left out, there will be lots to read there too

And the first of our articles for specific tourism areas is on with Nantes a City transformed by Art

Anyway thats the reasons behind it all, just hoping that folks find it useful, there are new forums here

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