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Old 01-11-2007, 09:33 AM   #141
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Very pretty! The wood makes it seem cozy. Sometimes I wish our Burro could have a little wood inside (I posted a picture that I posted before.). Maybe in the future.

And thanks for posting the pictures. We certainly enjoy them!

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Thank's Cindy,
Anche a me piacerebbe vedere tante foto degli interni delle vostre caravan...
Solo in questo modo posso vedere le vostre caravan come sono fatte dentro... perchè in Italia non è possibile

If possible I would want to see many photos of the inner ones of yours caravan also...
Only in this way I can see yours caravan as they are made within... because in Italy it is not possible!!!

ciao Cindy

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Old 01-11-2007, 10:56 AM   #142
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If I understand you, Rob, you want pictures of the inside of our camper. I posted them here for Susy : http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/index.ph...22282&st=90 Just scroll down and you will see the pictures.

Here's a few from the trip we made out west last summer. We went to Pine Ridge Native American (Indian) Reservation for a week and then to Yellowstone National Park. The last picture is a native American powwow we attended. The first picture is our camper in the campground at Yellowstone. The second picture is one of the buffalo at Yellowstone. The third picture is a geyser fields at Yellowstone. The fourth picture is a waterfall. The fifth picture is a canyon at Yellowstone. The sixth picture is our the camper in front of the lake as we left Yellowstone.

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Cindy.... the image is very small!!!!!

I'm very happy... thank you very much for the pictures...

Mi piacerebbe vedere delle foto di campeggi, in questo modo io posso fare un confronto con i campeggi italiani
I am interested to see the photos of campings, in this way I can make a comparison with the Italian campings

How much it cost a pict for a night for two persons a caravan in USA/Canada?
In Italy it costs about 20/30 Euro .

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Sorry, Rob. The pictures appeared larger on my computer when I uploaded them. Do you want me to make them larger?

It cost us something 25 dollars (20 euros) to camp at Yellowstone.

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Old 01-11-2007, 02:23 PM   #145
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There is a wide range in the cost for a campsite, depending mostly on the services (electricity, water, or sewer) which are provided. In Canada, we have campsites in national parks, provincial parks, other government areas, and private properties. The least expensive are free (with no services), many parks in my area with no services cost about CAN$15 (10 euro) per night, and a fully serviced site might be CAN$30 (20 euro).

Ci è una vasta gamma nel costo per un campsite, dipendendo principalmente dai servizi (elettricità, acqua, o fogna) che sono forniti. Nel Canada, abbiamo campsites in parchi nazionali, in parchi provinciali, in altre zone di governo e nelle proprietà riservate. Il più minimo il costosi sono liberi (senza i servizi), molti parchi nella mia zona senza i servizi costati circa CAN$15 (euro 10) alla notte e un luogo completamente assistito potrebbe essere CAN$30 (euro 20).


It usually does not matter how many people use the site, as long as it is only one trailer (or motorhome).

Non importa solitamente quanta gente usa il luogo, finchè è soltanto un caravan.
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Old 01-11-2007, 02:27 PM   #146
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Sorry, Rob. The pictures appeared larger on my computer when I uploaded them. Do you want me to make them larger?

It cost us something 25 dollars (20 euros) to camp at Yellowstone.

Cindy

No Problem Cindy... thank you!
The price is similar at the italian's price... ok!

In this link there are the pictures of the Trasimeno's Rally... whit other lander caravans and many others caravan

http://epocaravan.forumfree.net/?t=1354792...stpost#lastpost

thank's all

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Old 01-11-2007, 02:35 PM   #147
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There is a wide range in the cost for a campsite, depending mostly on the services (electricity, water, or sewer) which are provided. In Canada, we have campsites in national parks, provincial parks, other government areas, and private properties. The least expensive are free (with no services), many parks in my area with no services cost about CAN$15 (10 euro) per night, and a fully serviced site might be CAN$30 (20 euro).

Ci è una vasta gamma nel costo per un campsite, dipendendo principalmente dai servizi (elettricità, acqua, o fogna) che sono forniti. Nel Canada, abbiamo campsites in parchi nazionali, in parchi provinciali, in altre zone di governo e nelle proprietà riservate. Il più minimo il costosi sono liberi (senza i servizi), molti parchi nella mia zona senza i servizi costati circa CAN$15 (euro 10) alla notte e un luogo completamente assistito potrebbe essere CAN$30 (euro 20).
It usually does not matter how many people use the site, as long as it is only one trailer (or motorhome).

Non importa solitamente quanta gente usa il luogo, finchè è soltanto un caravan.

Perfect description Brian... thank you!
I have anoter question... sorry!
In USA the freeways are to payment?
Because In Italy if I had to go from Rome to Milan I would pay 45 euro for use the freeway.
In Germany, Denmark, Holland, Belgio, Luxemburg, and in other european's country the freeways are free.
in Italy we are forced to pay always all
and the fuel is a much expensive also. 1 liter of benzine costs 1' 4 euro uhmm... about 2 dollars!
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Old 01-11-2007, 04:33 PM   #148
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All the Interstate Highways are free, but there are toll highways in the country. They should be clearly marked as such on road maps.

Tutte le strade principali da uno stato all'altro sono libere, ma ci sono strade principali del tributo nel paese. Dovrebbero essere contrassegnate chiaramente come tali sui programmi di strada.

Gasoline is now $2.30 per gallon in Silver City.

La benzina ora è $2.30 per il gallone in città d'argento.
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All the Interstate Highways are free, but there are toll highways in the country. They should be clearly marked as such on road maps.

Tutte le strade principali da uno stato all'altro sono libere, ma ci sono strade principali del tributo nel paese. Dovrebbero essere contrassegnate chiaramente come tali sui programmi di strada.

Gasoline is now $2.30 per gallon in Silver City.

La benzina ora è $2.30 per il gallone in città d'argento.

Sorry Morgan... how much litres for a Gallon?
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Old 01-11-2007, 05:55 PM   #150
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There is a wide range in the cost for a campsite, depending mostly on the services (electricity, water, or sewer) which are provided. In Canada, we have campsites in national parks, provincial parks, other government areas, and private properties. The least expensive are free (with no services), many parks in my area with no services cost about CAN$15 (10 euro) per night, and a fully serviced site might be CAN$30 (20 euro).

Ci è una vasta gamma nel costo per un campsite, dipendendo principalmente dai servizi (elettricità, acqua, o fogna) che sono forniti. Nel Canada, abbiamo campsites in parchi nazionali, in parchi provinciali, in altre zone di governo e nelle proprietà riservate. Il più minimo il costosi sono liberi (senza i servizi), molti parchi nella mia zona senza i servizi costati circa CAN$15 (euro 10) alla notte e un luogo completamente assistito potrebbe essere CAN$30 (euro 20).
It usually does not matter how many people use the site, as long as it is only one trailer (or motorhome).

Non importa solitamente quanta gente usa il luogo, finchè è soltanto un caravan.

In this link there are many Italian's camping.
It is possible see the structure and the pitch.
There are three italian's zone and one Europe's zone

http://epocaravan.forumfree.net/?f=2302268

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Sorry Morgan... how much litres for a Gallon?
Sorry, Robirob.

3.785 liters/gallon.

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Thank's Morgan... in Italy the fuel is very expensive!!!

è molto costoso viaggiare in auto in italia... e non solo viaggiare in auto
it is much expensive travel with car in Italy... and not only travel in car...

sigh... tu hai dato a me oggi una triste notizia
sigh... you have given me one sad news today

1 gallon in Italy = 5.7 dollars

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Thank's Morgan... in Italy the fuel is very expensive!!!

è molto costoso viaggiare in auto in italia... e non solo viaggiare in auto
it is much expensive travel with car in Italy... and not only travel in car...

sigh... tu hai dato a me oggi una triste notizia
sigh... you have given me one sad news today

1 gallon in Italy = 5.7 dollars

Don't be too sad, Rob. Much of the cost of gasoline in both Italy and in the USA is taxes and fees paid to the state.

Non sia troppo triste, rob. Gran parte del costo di benzina sia in Italia che negli S.U.A. è tasse e tasse pagate al stati.
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I think that the difference between toll roads North America and some other parts of the world is that here they are not common, they are mostly in urban areas, and drivers are usually not required to use them to find a reasonable route. In some countries, it seems that the only good routes are toll roads.

There is, as far as I know, only a single toll road in the western half of Canada, although there are bridges and ferries with tolls. The Coquihalla Highway provides a faster and straighter route through the mountains of interior B.C., but the old highway through all of small towns is still available, and is a more interesting drive. While some people complain about the cost, it is only $10 (7 euro) for 195 km (120 miles), paid at a single toll booth.
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