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Escape the rat race in a home on wheels.

HOORAY! The holiday season is just around the corner, and the question "where are you going this year?" is being asked at many an office coffee machine.

Is it any wonder? Jobs can give more than their fair share of stress' and everyone, but everyone, deserves a holiday at least once a year.

However, if you are one of those free spirits who own your own caravan (or if you are planning to buy one), then you can make a break for it whenever you fancy.

Whatever the time of year, a caravan can be enjoyed by all the family. Summer, the optimum time for a caravanning holiday, is well on the way. The popularity of caravans - and indeed motorhomes - is evident on the roads as the Bank Holidays herald the start of the holiday season.

And what better way to experience all that Britain has to offer than in a caravan?

Caravan parks in inspiring settings are the perfect antidote to stress. These oases in the desert are meccas of relaxation in which to unwind. But unwinding does not mean doing nothing - unless you want it to be that way. Many parks have special play areas for children, and unique attractions on their doorsteps.

And just think: your caravan will mean you get to dodge airport delays, inflexible hotel regimes and crowded beaches, too!

Caravanners do what they want, when they want. What's more, you get to control your pace, budget and destination plans.

If you are a seasoned caravanner, then we are speaking to the converted. But if you are thinking of getting a caravan, whether new or second-hand, then The Caravan Club has all the information you need, literally at your fingertips, via the internet.

From legal towing weights for your make and model of car, to vital information about insurance, it is all there.

Find out more from The Motorhome Information Service at www.motorhome information. co.uk or The Caravan Club at www.caravanclub.co.uk, telephone 01342 326944.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 26, 2006
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