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Would it be frowned upon to live in a fairly nice campervan for home?
Safe?
Good facilities for extended periods of time?
Has anyone done this in Holland ?

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    Campsites are mostly not located in the center of all the action, and tend to be expensive during summer. In winter most campsites are closed or only open for semi-permanent visitors with an on-site camp-unit.

    You can try to rent a place near a farm, but again thats not in the center of all the action.

    Parking your campervan in a residential area or on the parking lot of a supermarket is in most places not allowed. about 6 years ago

    Answered by vince via Site_iconTravellr.com

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