Club says “we’ll benefit from ash cloud chaos” Caravanning News: “Club says “we’ll benefit from ash cloud chaos” May 10, 2010 By admin The Camping and Caravanning Club’s Director General Robert Louden believes that the widespread disruption caused by last month’s volcanic eruption will have a positive impact on business this summer. Despite the indifferent British weather since the turn of the year, advanced bookings on Club Sites for the Spring Bank Holiday weekend at the end of the month are already up seven per cent on the same period last year, whilst website bookings (www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk) are 23 per cent ahead of last year. These figures are supported by a recent study by online company Travelzoo, which found that 12 per cent of respondents are now more interested in a UK holiday. Louden said: “People look for certainty in uncertain times and last month’s volcanic ash crisis, coupled with the threat of further flight delays, has caused holidaymakers to reconsider their plans for this summer. “We have seen an increase in Club Site enquiries of late as both members and non-members revert to what they know and look forward to a stress free domestic holiday.” Meanwhile, The Club’s European and Worldwide Carefree Travel Service is also nine per cent ahead of where it was this time last year as more people opt for a caravan or motorhome touring holiday abroad, travelling via ferry or Eurotunnel.”
Well it seems like owners of the EFOY power cell have now another little problem to overcome.
We have been advised by one of our well travelled customers that you are not able to transport Methanol in your vehicle through the Channel Tunnel.
We are in the process of obtaining a responce from the Chunnel people at the moment and will return to you soon.
Bürstner has three new motorhome model ranges for the 2009: Viseo, Prismo, and City Car.
Hospitalist is a very special restaurant situated in Riga Latvia. The whole restaurant looks like a hospital and the look continues even in the finer details. Even the waitresses are dressed like nurses. This is so weird place that there’s no point explaining it. Check out the photos from Fun Fever blog.
Jumbo hostel has been opened in Stockholm Sweden. The specialty of this hotel is that it is built inside a Boeing 747-200 Jumbo Jet. The plane retired from flight duties in November 2002. Now the hotel has been relocated to its permanent location at the entrance of Arlanda airport.
Dorm rooms have the lowest rates 350 [...]