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Hi, Name is Paulo. Portuguese who moved to England and after a decade of living and Southampton and then Cambridge I am now based in Nuremberg, Germany - that's what happens when you marry a German! Anyway, I have been traveling for doing long distance triathlons for awhile and I tired of booking hotels too far from race start and seeing all of the caravan people relaxed in the morning brewing a their coffees 2 minutes from the race start. My wife also fancies one as we have two children and enjoy camping, going outdoors and driving from our home to Au
Anyone with experience of 8ft wide European or Scandinavian Touring Caravans? We have had several members suggest European models fair better than UK counterparts for disability. As a family who plan to travel a lot and not be static on one site for more than 28 days max we would value any helpful insights into what we could expect from extended width caravans. We have seen a few WEINBERG & also KNAUS Caravans for sale in the North of England, where we are currently based. We would plan to tour through France, Spain and possibly Germany at a later stage, so again
I had a good time looking round the NEC on Weds, I always enjoy looking in the Euro vans and we are considering one for our next van. My general view was that there were some very innovative layouts (much more so than UK vans) and that perceived quality was good. Further observations below: Tabbert ("Pep") - bright external colours had the effect of making the van look budget, I suspect that will put a lot of people off. Internally a much nicer feel: light airy Weinsberg - only the small and huge on display. Very similar feel to a Sprite on the inside (i. e. not too basi