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Old 07-30-2008, 10:35 AM   #1
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During our 8 day So. Utah. More than half and up to 3/4's of the RV's were European enjoying the cheap dollar in rental RV's. Most rentals were class C's out of LA and Las Vegas.

The visitors were from all over Europe and brought their families. I often spoke with our guests and was surprised at their prior planning and knowledge of where they wanted to go, the best road to get there. Most had 6 weeks vacation time. All planned their trips on the inet. Most stated that Europeans had considerable knowledgeable of our National Parks and Monuments.

One family from Denmark said they had $4/gallon gas 8 - 10 years ago and now it is $8 so the price of fuel for them was cheap and with the price of the dollar the trips were a bargain.

I welcomed our visitors.
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Old 07-30-2008, 10:35 AM   #2
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During our 8 day So. Utah. More than half and up to 3/4's of the RV's were European enjoying the cheap dollar in rental RV's. Most rentals were class C's out of LA and Las Vegas.

The visitors were from all over Europe and brought their families. I often spoke with our guests and was surprised at their prior planning and knowledge of where they wanted to go, the best road to get there. Most had 6 weeks vacation time. All planned their trips on the inet. Most stated that Europeans had considerable knowledgeable of our National Parks and Monuments.

One family from Denmark said they had $4/gallon gas 8 - 10 years ago and now it is $8 so the price of fuel for them was cheap and with the price of the dollar the trips were a bargain.

I welcomed our visitors.
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