caravanning


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Noun1.caravanning - the practice of taking holidays in a caravan
vacationing - the act of taking a vacation
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caravanning

nCaravaning nt, → Urlaub mim Wohnwagen; to go caravanningUrlaub im Wohnwagen machen
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But as spring beckons, the cobwebs are being blown away for a season of caravanning.
On display are a large variety of caravans, motor homes, awnings, and other products and services related to caravanning and outdoor leisure.
Just spend a few days in a static "home from home" to get the flavour of caravanning or hire a motorhome and take it all with you.
Representatives from The Caravan Club, The Camping and Caravanning Club, Practical Caravan Magazine will be on hand to offer advice on everything from finding the perfect campsite, to sourcing specialist insurance and finance packages.
Book a motorhome manoeuvring session and the towcar 'Try before you buy' on the caravan club stand, or book 'try a tow' on the camping & caravanning club stand.
THERE is nothing Ashley Powell doesn't know when it comes to caravanning.
Summer, the optimum time for a caravanning holiday, is well on the way.
So it's no surprise that the number of families going caravanning is on the up.
Caravanning has never been more popular in the UK and it is now the top holiday accommodation choice.
Furthermore, a record number of new members joined The Caravan Club during the International Caravan and Motorhome Show at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre in October, showing an increase of 23 per cent on 2008 figures, indicating that many people are trying caravanning for the first time.
In 2005, 1,600 prospective towers took part in the events and the Club reckon their courses have imparted the basics of practical caravanning to over 30,000 individuals since 1978 - just imagine getting stuck behind that lot on the M5.
Now caravanning has become another medium for people, now immune to cheap foreign holidays, to capture the nostalgia of their youth.